Posted by The Bureau on Friday, March 05, 2020 07:19:56A year ago, Donald Trump’s inauguration was the largest in US history.
In 2020, it will become the largest.
Trump was sworn in as president of the United States by the president-elect on January 20, 2021, and has promised to build a wall along the US-Mexico border to keep out people who cross illegally.
Trump has pledged to deport roughly 11 million people, including 11 million undocumented immigrants.
The president-for-life has repeatedly made inflammatory comments on immigration, and his administration has proposed to increase deportations to the highest levels in the US history, including by 5-10 million a year.
A number of states have passed similar legislation, but in all three states that will take effect, the measures are unlikely to be enforced.
The Atlantic Institution, a New York institution with more than 2,400 inmates, will be a temporary prison in New Jersey in 2019.
It is part of the Atlantic Correctional Institution, which is operated by the Department of Correction.
In the future, Atlantic Institution will become part of Raby Institute, a prison in Belmont, New York, which will house some 600 inmates.
The institute is part-funded by the state of New York and by the federal government.
The federal government owns Raby, which houses some 200 inmates.