Donald Trump has officially announced he will nominate retired four-star Marine General John Kelly to be secretary of homeland security. Kelly was formerly the head of United States Southern Command, where he oversaw the military jail at Guantánamo. Kelly becomes the third general tapped by Trump for a top position so far. We speak to Baher Azmy of the Center for Constitutional Rights and Roberto Lovato, who has looked closely at Kelly’s stances on border security and Latin America.
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