Access to a government jet 24 hours a day. An office in the West Wing, plus guaranteed weekends off for family time. And an assurance of being made secretary of homeland security by November.

Those were among a list of 10 conditions that Kris Kobach, the former Kansas secretary of state, has given to the White House if he is to become the administration's "immigration tsar," a job President Donald Trump has been looking to create to coordinate immigration policy across government agencies. The list was described by three people familiar with it.

Kobach, who once served as an adviser

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