Sending Illegal Immigrants to Sanctuary Cities is an Option on the Table

Sending Illegal Immigrants to Sanctuary Cities is an Option on the Table

"If Democrats would step up and help the president fix the laws, this all could go away, we wouldn't be having this discussion, and that would be the best thing for the country and that would certainly be the best way to solve this crisis and fix this problem", Sanders told anchor George Stephanopoulos. This was raised at a staff level initially and pushed back on. If not, Sanctuary Cities must immediately ACT to take care of the Illegal Immigrants - and this includes Gang Members, Drug Dealers, Human Traffickers, and Criminals of all shapes, sizes and kinds.

According to new research from Syracuse University, Trump's move would put thousands of migrants in cities not only welcoming to them, but more likely to rebuff federal officials carrying out deportation orders.

On April 12, Trump first said that he was considering transporting illegal immigrants exclusively to so-called sanctuary cities.

"I don't understand why the president's attracted to it at all", Stephanopoulos said.

Sanders added that she believes Democrats have no plan on immigration other than "fighting the president".

Frustrated by rising numbers of undocumented immigrants arriving at the southern border and a failure to get Congress to fully fund a U.S. -Mexico border wall, Trump has sought to taunt Democrats by dangling the possibility of an influx of illegal immigrants into their communities.

"The president has no right to spend money appropriated by Congress for other purposes to ship immigrants all over the country", Rep.

President Donald Trump did not wish any harm in his Twitter post criticizing Democratic congresswoman Ilhan Omar's comments on the 9/11 attacks, White House spokeswoman Sarah Sanders said on Sunday.

"The New York Times Sanctuary Cities/Immigration story today was knowingly wrong on nearly every fact", he said.

"This is just - nor is it right for the president to use immigrants or people who are claiming political asylum as pawns in a fight against political opponents", Nadler said.

"This is again his manufactured chaos that he's created over the last two years on the border", Bennie Thompson, chairman of the House Homeland Security Committee, told ABC.

"This is a risky unsafe road and frankly".

The president's latest move on illegal immigration comes days after US officials said they arrested or denied entry to over 103,000 people along the border with Mexico in March, more than twice as many as the same period in 2018.

One of Mr Trump's top aides said last week that the Democrats would "never" see his tax returns.

"My guess is that majority don't do their own taxes, and I certainly don't trust them to look through the decades of success that the president has and determine anything", she added.

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