On Wednesday, the head of the American Border Patrol was enforced to leave his position after fewer than 2 years in a job that resides in the crosshairs of polarizing political discussion.
Rodney Scott described to agents that he is going to be redirected, explaining that he will keep operating hard to back you in the upcoming several weeks to make sure a smooth transition.
During a call, he described to dominant regulators of the agency to negotiate budgets and several other problems that he had sixty days to choose whether to be retired or reassign, said an official very close to the matter who described the matter on the condition of secrecy because the action wasn’t meant for public release.
He described that he was unsure. Rodney Scott’s deputy, Raul Ortiz, is going to manage as provisional chief, Rodney Scott explained to regulators during the call.
Biden seized wall construction plan
In January 2020, he was appointed the head of the border agency and actively accepted Donald Trump’s (then-President) policies, especially making a Mexico-United States wall. Moreover, the current administration’s head, Joe Biden, has seized the wall construction. Building a Mexico-U.S. wall was one of the top priorities of former President Donald J. Trump.
The DHS (Department of Homeland Security) oversees, which manages the Border Patrol, didn’t quickly answer a request for remark. Furthermore, he has not responded to any phone call or text message. That’s not the 1st time when a Border Patrol head went out of his job after the change in administration.
Former President Donald Trump expelled Mark Morgan (an ex-FBI agent) in the first week after his appointment in the office. Moreover, it appeared fewer than a year after Mark Morgan stepped into office during the Barack Obama administration.
After his dismissal, he (Mark Morgan) became a familiar personality on cable TV, aggressively backing Donald Trump’s border strategies. Morgan was getting back in the president’s decent graces prior to the time when Donald Trump took him back to the administration. Besides this, as acting commissioner of America’s Customs and Border Protection, he selected Rodney Scott to manage the Border Patrol as a leader.