WASHINGTON — The union that represents field agents at the U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement is giving the top management an icy “vote of no confidence”, the Washington Times reported. 
The paper reported that the rank and file vote was unanimous, and that agents say the leadership had “abandoned” its core mission to support a political agenda favoring amnesty.
The Washington Times said the National Immigration and Customs Enforcement Council of the American Federation of Government Employees voted 259-0 for resolution expressing a lack of confidence in the head of ICE, Assistant Secretary John Morton and Phyllis Coven, assistant director for the agency’s office of detention policy and planning.
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