Top Trump adviser wants more nations to field asylum claims
October 23, 2020
SAN DIEGO (AP) — One of President Donald Trump's top priorities on immigration if he wins a second term would be to use agreements with Central American governments as models to get countries around the world to field asylum claims from people seeking refuge in the United States, a top adviser said Friday.
Stephen Miller, a key architect of Trump's immigration policies, said the agreements would help stop "asylum fraud, asylum shopping and asylum abuse on a global scale."
Miller, in an interview with The Associated Press, also forecast a broader offensive against so-called "sanctuary" jur...