President Trump seemed to acknowledge the problematic beginning of his relationship with President López Obrador when he said their friendship developed “against all odds.”
Our fidelity to Christ and his body the church should have less to do with becoming an aggrieved church of fire damage than becoming a compassionate church of kinship with the broken.
Today’s court decision removes any judicial check on the Trump administration’s efforts to fast-track the deportations of asylum seekers who cannot show strong evidence of persecution in their home countries.
Few questions dealt directly with Catholicism, but host Raymond Arroyo did ask the president about a letter written by Archbishop Carlo Maria Viganò.
Trump denounced the high court's ruling that the administration improperly ended the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals program in 2017.