WASHINGTON — Three relatives of Americans who the authorities said were killed by immigrants living in the United States illegally will attend President Trump’s first address to Congress on Tuesday, signaling his plans to showcase his administration’s early efforts to crack down on immigration as a security issue.
Jamiel Shaw Sr., whose son was shot and killed in 2008 by an undocumented immigrant, will also be among the six guests invited to sit with the first lady, Melania Trump, du
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