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the dramatic shake up at the department of homeland security showed no signs of ending Thursday as president trump cleans house over a surgeon migrants at the U. S. Mexico border as Kevin make a lenient took over as the department's new acting secretary in one of his first acts he promptly name the US official in charge of airport security David put Kaski to be his acting deputy because the replaces clear Grady whose departure Tuesday followed the forced resignation Sunday a former secretary cures to Nielsen I'm forever grateful and proud the flurry of departures is straining a department that oversees everything from border security and immigration to flight security and disaster response as Michael leading tries to stabilize DHS he still remains in charge of U. S. customs and border protection with no replacement name yet for that post this as traffic jams at U. S. ports of entry are stretching hours long due to agents being reassigned to over burdened detention facilities handling the crush of new migrants another DHS office without a permanent leader immigration and customs enforcement better known as ice which carries out deportations the agency's acting director Ron video %HESITATION is also stepping down after trump withdrew his name for the permanent post the head of the secret service Randall tex Alice also on the way out trump or the shake up as he grew increasingly frustrated at the number of central American migrants arriving at the US border seeking asylum all asylum , laws and regulations , I've been taken advantage of by people that are very bad people in many cases DHS arrested or denied entry to more than one hundred thousand people along the border last month more than double the figure from a year ago