Syria refugee Nedal Al-Hayk works as a fabricator Monday, Nov. 16 in Warren, Mich. Several U.S. governors are threatening to halt efforts to allow Syrian refugees into their states in the aftermath of the coordinated attacks in Paris, though an immigration expert says they have no legal authority to do so. The flood of refugees fleeing the war in Syria and streaming into Europe is a crisis made for the expertise of USAID, and Obama’s nominee, Gayle Smith, has the perfect credentials to lead it if Sen. Ted Cruz will just get out of the way, according to Jonathan Capehart.
Syria refugee Nedal Al-Hayk works as a fabricator Monday, Nov. 16 in Warren, Mich. Several U.S. governors are threatening to halt efforts to allow Syrian refugees into their states in the aftermath of the coordinated attacks in Paris, though an immigration expert says they have no legal authority to do so. The flood of refugees fleeing the war in Syria and streaming into Europe is a crisis made for the expertise of USAID, and Obama’s nominee, Gayle Smith, has the perfect credentials to lead it if Sen. Ted Cruz will just get out of the way, according to Jonathan Capehart. Paul Sancya Associated Press
Syria refugee Nedal Al-Hayk works as a fabricator Monday, Nov. 16 in Warren, Mich. Several U.S. governors are threatening to halt efforts to allow Syrian refugees into their states in the aftermath of the coordinated attacks in Paris, though an immigration expert says they have no legal authority to do so. The flood of refugees fleeing the war in Syria and streaming into Europe is a crisis made for the expertise of USAID, and Obama’s nominee, Gayle Smith, has the perfect credentials to lead it if Sen. Ted Cruz will just get out of the way, according to Jonathan Capehart. Paul Sancya Associated Press

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