The former director of U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement said (ICE) the best way to secure the southern border is to “go back to the Trump policies.”
“Look, what’s happening on the border right now is not a resource issue; it’s a policy issue,” Tom Homan told Dan Proft on the Counter Culture Podcast. “If they would simply go back to the Trump policies that gave us the most secure border in our lifetime, we’d be there.”
“Mandate E-Verify, finish the wall, then we’ll talk about what you want to do as far as future immigration,” Homan said.
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A former police officer, Homan was the acting director of ICE under President Trump from January 2017 to June 2018.
A native of West Carthage, N.Y., Homan attended Jefferson Community College and SUNY Polytechnic Institute. He was a police officer in West Carthage before joining ICE (then called the Immigration and Naturalization Service) in 1984.
Barack Obama appointed Homan to the position of Executive Associate Director of ICE in 2013.