The Trump administration has made the fight against terrorism the top priority, and the Trump team is on track to do it even more successfully.
In the past, it has been a mixed bag, from the administration’s inability to stop the Islamic State group from recruiting and financing its fighters, to its attempts to expand the US-led coalition against ISIS to fight Syrian President Bashar al-Assad’s government.
The Trump team has also taken several steps that appear to be designed to give greater legitimacy to the president’s controversial campaign-trail comments about Muslims, including appointing a white nationalist as US ambassador to Israel.
But one of the administrations biggest successes has been its ability to use its executive power to impose limits on immigration.
It is also making some of its most controversial and controversial decisions.
This is partly because of Trump’s controversial use of executive orders, including a temporary travel ban that temporarily barred citizens from seven Muslim-majority countries from entering the US.
It has also been a significant achievement for the administration in the fight to enforce a series of immigration laws, including the Secure Communities program, which allows police to deport criminal aliens who are deported from the US, and a series that allows local authorities to stop people from illegally crossing the US border.
These efforts have not been without controversy.
They have been criticized for creating an environment where immigrants feel unsafe and unable to exercise their constitutional rights, and they have resulted in increased detention of undocumented immigrants and the imprisonment of some immigrants.
The US Justice Department and the Department of Homeland Security both argued against using the Secure Borders program, saying that the US cannot allow “the return of a criminal alien to reenter the country”.
Trump has since reversed his decision.
But he has also made it harder for immigrants to enter the US by restricting immigration from certain countries and by denying them visas for travel to the US from certain foreign countries.
The Trump administration also made its most dramatic move to address the crisis of white supremacy and white nationalism in the US in the form of the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA) program, announced by President Donald Trump on February 10.
DACA is a temporary relief program that allows undocumented immigrants who were brought to the country as children to stay and work in the United States for six years.
The administration says it is meant to help people who have been at risk of deportation because of past criminal activity, such as gang members, and who would otherwise be subject to deportation.
DACA, however, also allows some undocumented immigrants to stay in the country and apply for permanent residency under a special program that has not been implemented.
In October 2017, the Department in the Trump White House issued guidance on how to implement DACA that said that DACA applicants must meet a number of requirements, including being a person of good moral character and who has been convicted of a crime.
The guidance also said that applicants who have experienced “an act of domestic violence, sexual assault, or other form of domestic or family violence” may be eligible for protection under the program.
This is the administration that, in the early days of the presidency, used the phrase “radical Islamic terrorism”, and that, on February 14, 2017, tweeted that “radical Islam is a real threat”.
It is the Trump Administration that has used the term “radical jihadist” and “Islamic State” and has referred to the Muslim world as the “JV team”.
Trump’s administration has also used the word “radical Muslim” and the term ISIS in a series the phrase ISIS and have said that the “real ISIS” is the Syrian civil war.
But in recent months, the administration has increasingly been using the term terrorist.
In September 2017, President Donald J. Trump announced a plan to increase the US budget for border security, which was the largest increase in the Department’s budget since 2008.
But it was also accompanied by the release of the Department Homeland Security’s 2017 fiscal year 2017 budget, which increased the Department by 1.8%.
The budget also included $1.4 billion for the Department to fund a new national security strategy, which would have included more funding for the military.
The new strategy, entitled “A New National Security Strategy for the 21st Century”, is expected to be released by President Trump on January 20, 2018.
The president also announced a $1 billion plan to build a wall on the US southern border, a plan that was also backed by Republicans and the American people, who supported the wall in the 2016 election.
Trump’s plan also includes funding for border patrol agents, as well as the construction of a border wall along the Mexican border.
In October 2017 and December 2017, Trump issued an executive order called “Protecting the Nation from Foreign Terrorist Entry into the United State”, which called for the US to suspend entry of foreign nationals who have committed terrorism-related crimes and those who have attempted to travel to Syria or Iraq.
The order, which the White House called “Trump’s toughest immigration action to date”, includes a number more stringent security measures, including temporary bans on citizens of Iran,