President Trump has passed more than 400 changes to U.S. immigration policy since he took office. Undoing all of that is going to be a major challenge for President-Elect Joe Biden — politically and logistically. POLITICO’s Anita Kumar explains why some of Trump’s immigration policies could end up sticking around for years. Plus, New York City could see new shutdowns next week. And federal investigators urge Trump to punish trade adviser Peter Navarro for violating the Hatch Act.
Anita Kumar is a White House correspondent and associate editor for POLITICO.
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