President Donald Trump announced in a tweet Sunday that he is nominating Mark Morgan as the new head of Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE).

Morgan, the former chief of Border Patrol during the last months of the Obama administration, has been a proponent of Trump’s, supporting his immigration enforcement policies and his plans for a border wall. Morgan is Trump’s second nominee for the head of ICE in about a month. In April, the president withdrew the nomination of Ron Vitiello, saying he wanted someone “tougher” for the job.

Ali Noorani, the executive director of the National Immigration Forum, told Boston Public Radio Tuesday that he does not see a reason why Morgan would not be confirmed for the appointment.

Noorani said that as the head of ICE, Morgan would likely continue to pursue policies he believes are inhumane.

“We need an immigration enforcement system that yes, keeps us as a nation secure, actually treats people compassionately and humanely, and fairly. Sadly, the administrations policies overall are not meeting that standard,” Noorani said.

Noorani, whose latest book is "There Goes the Neighborhood: How Communities Overcome Prejudice and Meet the Challenge of American Immigration," joined Boston Public Radio to discuss this and more.