Saudi Prince Faces New Accusations in Los Angeles
“Tree female workers who accused a Saudi prince of attacking them inside a compound on the edge of Beverly Hills said in court papers that they feared for their lives and tried to escape the home at least three times after he threatened to kill them and yelled, ‘I am a prince and I do what I want! You are nobody!’ The new allegations were contained in an amended complaint filed Thursday about the three days in September when the women performed housekeeping and food service duties for Majed Abdulaziz Al-Saud and his entourage while he was visiting Los Angeles,” the LA Times says.
Hungarian President Says Soros Support of Migrants Weakens Europe
“Hungarian Prime Minister Viktor Orban accused billionaire investor George Soros of being a prominent member of a circle of ‘activists’ trying to undermine European nations by supporting refugees heading to the continent from the Middle East and beyond,” Bloomberg News reports.
NC Gov. Defends E-Verify Bill
“Governor Pat McCrory is defending his signature on a bill targeting undocumented immigrants. It brought serious blow-back from advocates Wednesday, and has prompted rallies outside of the Governor’s Mansion. McCrory sat down with ABC11′s Jon Camp before Thursday’s planned rally and said he definitely doesn’t see HB318 as a discriminatory bill, as many critics do, and basically said the bill will make people safer,” ABC News reports.
Trump Says Disney Should Rehire Displaced Americans
“Last night during the CNBC primary debate, Donald Trump, who to this point in the campaign had been the Republican candidate most closely aligned with the conservative grassroots on immigration policy, seemed to have altered his message in several significant ways,” says Breitbart News.
“Trump, who leads many national 2016 polls, granted Breitbart News an interview on the subject.”
180,000 Illegal Aliens DHS Failed to Deport Have Criminal Records
“The Department of Homeland Security told Congress in a letter that surfaced Friday that it has failed to remove nearly 1 million illegal aliens who had previously been ordered deported, and that 179,000 of those aliens had been convicted of a criminal offense. DHS provided those details in response to a letter the Senate Judiciary subcommittee on Immigration and the National Interest sent over the summer, which asked for details about the number of criminal aliens ordered deported,” the Washington Examiner reported.