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Kris Kobach, President-elect Donald Trump adviser and Kansas secretary of state, made a bit of a mistake when he held out his plans for the Department of Homeland Security (DHS) out to the public.

The scene was captured on a camera, courtesy of the Associated Press:

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Kobach was meeting with Trump and is currently in the running to become the next DHS secretary.


The Topeka Capital-Journal deciphered some of the very visible notes. Some of Kobach’s plans include limiting “high risk” immigrants from entering the country based on their stances on Sharia law and the U.S. Constitution. There’s is a bullet point with the goal “Bar the Entry of Potential Terrorists.” Other plans include eliminating the Syrian refugee program altogether.

Earlier in the week, Kobach informed Reuters that a national database was still on the table, specifically for immigrants from Muslim countries and individuals with ties to terror.

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(H/T The Hill)

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