President Trump announced Sunday that Mark Morgan, who led U.S. Border Patrol during the last few months of the Obama administration, will be his new chief of Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE).
“I am pleased to inform all of those that believe in a strong, fair and sound Immigration Policy that Mark Morgan will be joining the Trump Administration as the head of our hard working men and women of ICE,” Trump tweeted Sunday.
“Mark is a true believer and American Patriot. He will do a great job!”
Morgan will replace former acting ICE Director Ronald Vitiello, who resigned earlier this month.
SOURCE: The Hill, Avery Anapol