WASHINGTON, DC – The Trump administration has confirmed that DHS will NOT be allowing asylum seekers to enter the US until their immigration court hearing, ending decades of “catch-and-release” system abuse by officials.

The following excerpt, reported by the WASHINGTON TIMES (note: not to be confused with fake news outlet WASHINGTON POST) has been confirmed by an official White House “West Wing Reads” email:

Asylum-seekers crossing Mexico to reach the United States will now have to wait for an immigration court hearing before being granted access to the American homeland, Stephen Dinan reports for The Washington Times. “Homeland Security Secretary Kirstjen Nielsen said the goal is to end the ‘catch and release’ practice that has enticed a wave of illegal immigrants to head north in recent years, convinced that they will be able to make bogus asylum claims and then slip into the shadows.”

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