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The move that would impact over 90,000 spouses of H-1B visa holders, an overwhelming number of whom are Indians, was sent by the Department of Homeland Security.
Indeed, Michael Glassner, chief operating officer of Trump's re-election campaign, tweeted that the campaign was preparing to sue Sims for violating the agreement.
But while Trump's advisers remain divided on the issue, the White House has been moving forward with alternative plans that would bypass Congress.
A day earlier, Trump had recognised Guaido as the interim president of Venezuela.
Feuds and chaos among the staff occupy much of the book.
A local law enforcement agency contacted the FBI in March after getting a tip from someone who said Taheb had become radicalised, changed his name and planned to travel abroad, according to an FBI.
The shutdown has resulted from a dispute over border wall funding. Democrats remain opposed to Trump's demand for $5.7 billion. They say they'll discuss border security once the government reopens.
Shah, 34, White House deputy spokesman and a former researcher at the Republican National Committee, was in the administration since president Trump took office in January 2017.
For political observers, that much is obvious -- you can almost see their eye rolls -- since Harris's are the classic moves of someone preparing a White House run.
Sanders does not stand accused of harassing staffers himself, but has been criticized for poorly handling the complaints.
The over 10-day long partial government shutdown starting on December 22 has affected 800,000 federal employees, who have either been furloughed or are working without pay.
Major's cabinet colleague Green and principal private secretary Allan were concerned about Clinton racing ahead in the adoption of the internet. There was the Tony Blair factor at play too.
Trump, turning to Twitter after days of criticism over his decision to pull US troops out of Syria, denied charges that he was rejecting allies.
Acting White House chief of staff Mick Mulvaney stated that then White House-shutdown could stretch till January.
It is the third partial government shutdown of the year, even though Trump's own Republican Party still controls both the House of Representatives and the Senate.