For response at home to attacks overseas, White House brings out Biden

November 30, 2015

Whether they like it or not, the executive branch has broad and exclusive power over immigration matters – which includes admitting refugees. Alternatively, they could be intercepted in other countries or captured on the battlefield and then brought back to the custody to face trial.

Foreign policy and immigration are usually “third-tier” issues for voters, exit polls and survey research have shown, said Cliff Zukin, a Rutgers University professor and past president of the American Association of Public Opinion Research.

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