New York subway bombing: Donald Trump says US Congress must fix 'lax' immigration policies
Donald Trump said that a bomb attack by a 27-year-old from Bangladesh on New York's subway system underscored the 'urgent need' for immigration reform.
Washington: President Donald Trump said on Monday that a bomb attack by a 27-year-old from Bangladesh on New York's subway system underscored the "urgent need" for Congress to enact immigration reform.
"First and foremost, as I have been saying since I first announced my candidacy for president, America must fix its lax immigration system, which allows far too many dangerous, inadequately vetted people to access our country," Trump said in a statement.
He added that the suspect, identified as Akayed Ullah, had entered the country through "extended-family chain migration," a system the president is seeking to end that allows families to sponsor relatives to come to the United States.
The news comes as the Justice Department has disclosed in recent weeks that it seized the email and phone records of reporters in at least three separate instances during the Trump administration.
Local media quoted Bangladesh Cricket Board officials saying Mushfiqur was tired of biosecurity measures brought in because of COVID-19.
The references to China, direct and indirect, at the G7 Summit are helpful from India’s point of view in taking cognisance of the mounting Chinese threat with which the country is now confronted more openly and durably