The Trump Administration’s new 45,000 cap on refugees will include people resettled in the US under a deal struck with Australia
This week more than 50 refugees who had been in limbo for years Manus Island and Nauru departed for a new life in the US.
Up to 1250 refugees are expected to be resettled in the US.
The US resettlement agreement was the subject of a heated phone call between Donald Trump and Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull in January in which the new US president characterised the deal as dumb.
Overnight, the White House released a document outlining the new cap for the…