Trump calls Afghanistan withdrawal 'a wonderful and positive thing to do' and criticizes Biden's timeline

Former President Donald Trump on Sunday praised withdrawing US troops from Afghanistan, while knocking his successor's timeline for doing so.

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Washington Post: Trump-installed NSA lawyer resigns after being on administrative leave for three months

National Security Agency general counsel Michael Ellis, who was installed by Trump officials in the final days of the administration, resigned from his post on Friday after being on administrative leave since the start of the Biden administration, according to The Washington Post.

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Chicago Mayor Lightfoot under pressure to reform police amid outrage over Adam Toledo shooting

Lori Lightfoot pledged on the day she was inaugurated 23 months ago as Chicago's first Black female and first gay mayor that "reform is here."

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Bush calls on Congress to tone down 'harsh rhetoric' about immigration

Former President George W. Bush on Sunday called on Congress to tone down the "harsh rhetoric" on immigration, adding that he hopes that doing so will "set a tone that is more respectful" of immigrants and lead to more reform.

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Blinken says it would be 'very hard' to meet 62,500 refugee cap this year

Secretary of State Antony Blinken said Sunday that it would be "very hard" to meet the 62,000 refugee cap pledged by President Joe Biden, arguing that the refugee system that was in place when the administration came in lacked "the means to effectively process as many people as we hoped."

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