After releasing a document showing a $10 million transfer from the Federal Emergency Management Agency to US Immigration and Customs Enforcement, Sen. Jeff Merkley (D-OR) argues the funds are being taken away from storm preparation in favor of supporting President Trump's immigration policy.



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