Kris W. Kobach is the former secretary of state for Kansas and former professor of constitutional law at the University of Missouri in Kansas City. He is currently an advisory board member of We Build the Wall Inc., a non-profit group aiming to fund and build a wall along America’s southern border. Kobach served on the Trump transition team and was co-chair, with Vice President Mike Pence, of the Presidential Commission on Election Integrity. He also served as counsel to Attorney General John Ashcroft during the Bush administration.
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Kris Kobach is only 50, but he’s the closest thing the fractured Republican Party has to an ideological godfather on the two most galvanizing issues in the conservative arsenal: immigration and voting rights.
Kansas Secretary of State Kris Kobach weighs in on President Trump’s travel ban and refugee plan.
Kobach and Katyal debate whether the new executive order restricting travel from six Muslim majority countries will hold up in court.
Kansas Secretary of State Kris Kobach talked about the Executive Order signed by President Donald Trump.
Trump’s immigration plan will protect the wages of American workers.
Kansas Secretary of State Kris Kobach comments on Trump’s first news conference.
"President’s tweet could boost challenger to the state’s GOP incumbent"
"Kobach, the Kansas secretary of state, has said Trump’s last-minute endorsement of him in the Aug. 7 Republican primary for governor played a key role in his victory. Kobach beat Gov. Jeff Colyer by just 350 votes."
"Kansas Secretary of State Kris Kobach tells Tammy Bruce on 'Tucker Carlson Tonight' that the vast majority of these asylum-seekers would have their claims rejected."
"Kansas secretary of state explains on 'Fox & Friends'"