Matthew Albence is resigning as the acting head of the Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) agency as President Trump heads into the 2020 reelection campaign.
The news was announced in the Washington Examiner, which also posted comments from an insider who worries Trump will put an enforcement advocate in the job for the next several months:
The Washington Post reported:
His departure makes ICE more vulnerable to progressive retaliation, especially if Trump loses the November election.
I am honored and beyond grateful to have served with the most dedicated men and women in law enforcement,” Albence said in his departure statement.