Under Trump, Refugee Admissions to U.S. at Lowest Level in Decades

HeadlineMay 17, 2018
H3 us refugee admission record low

New data show the Trump administration has cut the number of refugees allowed into the United States to a near trickle—with an estimated 20,000 set to enter the U.S. by year’s end at the current pace. The number would be the lowest since the Federal Refugee Resettlement Program was created in 1980.

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