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(Reuters) – A White House official who supported higher numbers of refugee admissions to the United States and clashed with immigration hard-liners in the Trump administration left her position on Thursday, two U.S. officials with knowledge of the departure said.
Jennifer Arangio, a senior director at the White House National Security Council for International Organizations and Alliances, left after months of open disagreements with officials who support slashing refugee admissions, including White House senior policy adviser Stephen Miller and Department of Justice official Gene Hamilton, said the officials, who spoke on condition of anonymity.
The sources said Arangio was escorted from the White House. It was not clear if her departure was directly linked to her views on refugee admissions. Her departure was first reported by Politico.
The article goes on to state the following:
Arangio received support from senior National Security Council (NSC) leadership when it was led by H.R. McMaster, one of the officials said. John Bolton, who took over as national security adviser in April, has expressed skepticism about some U.S. refugee admissions, especially from Syria.
Arangio served on President Donald Trump’s 2016 campaign as the national director of women engagement, according to her LinkedIn profile.
Reuters also reported:
In September, the Trump administration is set to announce a new cap for refugee admissions for the next fiscal year, and White House discussions over the new level have already begun.
The cap for this year, 45,000, is the lowest since the modern refugee program began in 1980, and the actual number may be far lower. Refugee admissions are currently on track to reach only about half the number allowed by the cap, according to refugee advocacy groups.
Jennifer Arangio, a White House official who supported higher refugee admissions is out of her job. She worked on Trump’s campaign but openly clashed with immigration hardliners Stephen Miller and Gene Hamilton over the U.S. refugee program. My story: https://t.co/hzntCkXMdv
— Yeganeh Torbati (@yjtorbati) July 13, 2018
Jennifer Arangio, who feuded with fellow Trump admin officials over refugee admissions, is no longer working at the White House https://t.co/FeQPXaiQPp
— KTLA (@KTLA) July 14, 2018