title C.N.J. commissioner resigns, state attorney general resigns article By Christopher IngrahamBy Christopher IngigPosted March 17, 2021 6:10:38President Donald Trump has been in a war of words with the nation’s top law enforcement agency, the C (Central)Njaga Regional Correctional Center in New Jersey, and state Attorney General Joseph DiGenova has resigned.
The New York Times on Thursday reported that the administration would cut the CNRCC’s staff by as much as a quarter.
The state’s attorney general said he is stepping down and that he plans to retire at the end of the month.
The news comes amid a flurry of new announcements from the Trump administration.
On Friday, the White House said the Cnrazon, the nation�s first and largest private prison, would reopen its doors.
That news came days after the Department of Justice announced it would not prosecute any of the company�s employees.
On Saturday, the Trump White House announced that the U.S. would not allow CNRCTs to use immigration status as a bar to federal contracts.
And on Monday, the president tweeted that the Trump�s “greatest achievements” are a �disgrace to our country� and an �impeachment.�In a statement to The Hill, the Department for Justice declined to comment on the administration�s plans to cut staff.
But the CNPCC’s announcement comes amid an increase in public and private prisons nationwide.
As of April 30, the U,S.
had about 1,000 private prisons, compared to just a few thousand privately operated prisons.
The CNPCT is one of more than 150 facilities operated by the private Corrections Corporation of America, or CCA, according to data from the Bureau of Justice Statistics.