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In the past three years, the Trump administration has taken unprecedented actions to slow the flow of refugees to the United States and undermine the foundations of the world's largest refugee resettlement system. This article considers both the empirical substance of the White House's anti-refugee policies, as well as their broader theoretical significance as a critical example of the Trump administration's so-called "administrative deconstruction" agenda. Analyzing refugee policy as adoi:10.3390/socsci9080129 fatcat:z2zwaed5yzhr7go73x4mcqejzm