Retiring U.S. Immigration and Customs Immigration Enforcement chief official, Thomas Homan, spoke with the Washington Examiner‘s Anna Giaritelli to discuss his time in the agency and what can be improved upon to increase border security. Homan remarked during the interview that, of the six administrations that he has worked for, no commander-in-chief has more positively impacted the border than President Trump.
“It’s just a fact that our sitting president of one year has made a big difference,” Homan said. “I’ve worked for six presidents. I started with Ronald Reagan…No one has done more for border [safety], public safety, and law enforcement than President Trump.”
But President Trump is be[ing] stifled in his efforts by Congress, Homan asserts. …
Homan officially retired from his post on Saturday and will be replaced by Ronald D. Vitiello.