“I am respectfully requesting that your administration reconsider its decision to deport these individuals, and I urge a resolution that will allow them to remain in the United States.”
The former soldier who served prison time for classified data leak and the former press secretary of Trump comprise the illustrious list.
The dramatic uptick in number of such incidents is due in part to Trump’s anti-Muslim rhetoric and his stance and attitude towards militant Islamist groups.
Leaders of the US religious left, a rising force of opposition to Trump’s hard-line stance on immigration and healthcare, said they were poised to benefit from the move.
The suits are an attempt to enforce requests filed under the Freedom of Information Act (FOIA) just days after Trump signed his first executive order limiting travel.
When asked to choose between the actual candidates, Clinton easily led Trump with 54% of respondents to 21% in a two-way race.