Videos of the Day: Trump Celebrates New Citizens in Oval Office Ceremony

January 19, 2019 Updated: January 20, 2019

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President Donald Trump attended the first Oval Office naturalization ceremony of his administration on Saturday afternoon, Jan. 19.

An Iraqi teacher, a British Anglican minister, a South Korean academic, a Bolivian businessman, and a Jamaican national became the country’s newest citizens.

“You’re all at the beginning of a new and extraordinary adventure with the rights and freedoms you enjoy as Americans. There is nothing you cannot achieve but citizenship is also a profound responsibility,” Trump said.

Trump Honors Four Americans Killed in Syria Attack

President Donald Trump paid tribute to the four Americans killed in a suicide bomb attack in Syria this week, at Dover Air Force Base in Delaware.

The president, along with Secretary of State Mike Pompeo and acting Secretary of Defense Patrick Shanahan, stood on the tarmac and saluted as a U.S. Navy carry team moved a transfer case, carrying the remains of Scott A. Wirtz to a military van.

The United States believes the attack that killed the Americans was the work of ISIS terrorists.

Nearly 400 People Apprehended at Arizona/Mexico Border

Earlier on Friday, the U.S. Customs and Border Protection Agency released via Twitter two videos of what they identified as 376 immigrants walking along the Arizona desert, reaching the border with the United States. Where they lined up for Border Patrol processing.

The group is made up almost entirely of families from Guatemala.

It included 176 juveniles, 30 of which were unaccompanied. The group surrendered to border patrol agents and will likely be transferred to Immigration and Customs enforcement officials.

According to officials, most migrants apprehended in the Yuma sector come from Guatemala in buses or taxis.

Winter Storm Threatens Millions in the Midwest and Northeast

A winter storm dumped snow across the Midwest. This video was taken in Chicago on Saturday.

The storm has also led to hundreds of cancellations at Chicago’s two major airports.The weather was also blamed for a plane skidding off the runway at O’Hare International Airport. No injuries were reported.

Snow also piled up in areas in Detroit and Cleveland.That snowstorm is now heading east.