Trump calls for ‘complete overhaul’ of U.S. immigration system

President Donald Trump is calling for a complete overhaul of the U.C.N. immigration program, with a temporary cap on refugees and an end to the “catch and release” policy that has allowed people to flee the country.

In a Monday tweet, Trump said the U-C-N “is broken and will be replaced by a much better system.”

He said it would be “a great honor to work with President (Mike) Pompeo to fix this.”

In a statement on Monday, Pompeo said he has been briefed on the proposal and is “looking forward to working with the incoming President on a plan to end the unlawful immigration crisis and ensure that the American people are not left with no place to go.”

Trump has long criticized the U.-C-P-N, a program that grants asylum to people fleeing violence and persecution.

In the last four months, there were more than 8,000 people who have been granted U.N.-sponsored asylum, according to the State Department.

In fiscal year 2017, there was only one such person.

The Trump administration’s proposal has been described as a “pause” on refugees, a move that critics say is an attempt to limit the flow of immigrants to the United States.

Trump has repeatedly promised to suspend refugee admissions to the U