The CBP official's retirement party is scheduled about 10 weeks before Attorney General William Barr's planned family holiday party at Trump International Hotel.
"President Trump is making it clear that if you come to the United States of America illegally, you will be removed," said U.S. Customs and Border Protection agency acting Commissioner Mark Morgan.
"We're doing everything we can to ensure the well-being of these children, pending their deportation proceedings," Brandon Judd said.
Coulter previously wrote a book entitled "In Trump We Trust" back in 2016, but has since soured on the president.
"It seems like you guys are turning a blind eye to this crime being committed by the president's own companies," Jake Tapper told Mark Morgan, acting commissioner for Customs and Border Protection (CBP).
"This is not a time to compound one tragedy upon another by spreading fear in our community with false rumors of ICE operations," the U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement agency said.
We are two pediatricians (one a sitting member of Congress) and we call on the DHS to allow detained children access to the specialized care they require.
"Again, I don't know the background of what her grandmother or relatives were," CBP Chief of Law Enforcement Operations Brian S. Hastings said.
"CBP is detaining *American citizens,*" wrote Ocasio-Cortez "How would you feel trapped in a border camp, where guards wear face masks because the human odor is so strong?"
"I'm really fed up with what we are doing," said Democratic Rep. Jan Schakowsky of Illinois.
The social media account of a woman claiming to be a U.S. "customs officer" has gained more than 29,500 followers.
"We hope this new website gives people a real look into the agencies that carry out Trump's mass deportation agenda and inspires them to take action," said United We Dream Advocacy Director Sanaa Abrar.
Defense Department documents obtained by Newsweek show U.S. Northern Command sent an urgent request for additional U.S. forces.
The acting Department of Homeland Security secretary attempted to clarify confusion surrounding the relocation of migrants
U.S. Customs and Border Protection is struggling to manage the wave of migrants arriving and being detained at the border with Mexico.
Defense Department documents obtained by Newsweek show a troop surge at the southwest border, a request made by the White House amid President Donald Trump's renewed push to stem the flow of undocumented immigrants.
"A transparent and independent investigation into the conditions at CBP detention facilities and its medical care practices is needed immediately," the ACLU Border Rights Center's director said.
The president's 2020 budget proposal "threatens the safety of immigrant families being terrorized in communities every day, without appropriate checks and balance," the Center for Law and Social Policy said.
Homeland Security Secretary Kirstjen Nielsen took issue with the use of the word "cages" to describe the detention facilities used for children.
Almost 350 pounds of heroin, methaphetamine, cocaine and a substance suspected to be fentanyl were confiscated in three seizures.
After a physical inspection by CBP officers, 450 packages of what was later determined to be cocaine was confiscated.
"The reason I asked you for your ID is because I came in here and I saw that you guys are speaking Spanish," the agent says in footage of the incident.
"I love President Trump. And he's doing a great job. Absolutely. But I must say it's still up to the American people," the CBP agent told BlazeTV host Eric Bolling.
"It's been more than a decade that we've had a child pass away anywhere in a CBP process so this is just devastating for us," Customs and Border Patrol commissioner Kevin McAleenan told "CBS This Morning" on Wednesday.
The child, whose name has not yet been released, died just after midnight on December 25, Christmas Day, at Gerald Champion Regional Medical Center in Alamogordo, New Mexico.
"The Privacy Commissioner of Canada has advised Canadians to be especially cautious with their personal information when it comes to purchasing marijuana."