John Kelly and John Bolton have shouting match over immigration

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She added that they are furious at the failure of Congressional Democrats to help the administration address the growing immigration crisis. It erupted as the president - disappointed by new government data showing that his restrictive immigration policies have failed to discourage migrants from seeking entry into the United States - is grasping to resolve a problem that has bedeviled his administration. Two people described the exchange as less a shouting match than an intense argument.

The argument revolved around difference of opinion over the White House's response to the drastic influx of migrants crossing the Southern border-and Kelly got even angrier when Trump took Bolton's side, CNN reported.

A "zero tolerance" policy on border control has become the cornerstone of Trump's domestic political agenda, but sparked a mass public outrage after thousands of migrant families were separated at the border.

This isn't the first time Nielsen's handling of border security has been scrutinized by the Trump White House.

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Gianforte faced up to six months in jail for assaulting the reporter after Jacobs asked him about a Republican health care bill. President, thank you for giving us hope again", said Gianforte at a rally in Missoula, Montana. "We endorsed Greg very early".

Trump has been angered recently by reports of a migrant caravan formed in San Pedro Sula, Honduras, on Saturday that is heading to the US carrying thousands of migrants, organizers say. Neither is resigning, the people said.

The back and fourth reportedly led those nearby to think one of the two men may quit immediately. However, a White House official did say that tempers had since cooled and neither men are going to leave. Stephen Miller has been heavily involved.

Trump threatened on Thursday to deploy the military and close the southern US border as Hondurans and Salvadorans joined thousands of migrants in Guatemala hoping to travel north. According to most recent DHS statistics, a total of 16,658 family members were arrested at the southern border last month, becoming the highest one-month total on record. Trump tweeted Tuesday night.

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