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Border agents are being deployed to ‘sanctuary cities’ as the Trump administration escalates it’s immigration policies
One hundred border patrol agents, including some from an elite tactical team are being sent to 10 sanctuary cities to help local immigration officer.
The Trump administration plans to send thousands of migrants to 2 Florida counties, and officials are wondering if it’s to punish Democrats
Florida officials announced that the Trump administration will move thousands of migrants to Florida counties with no plan for how to care for them.
President Donald Trump made the announcement just days after the White House press office tried to tamp down on the suggestion as a realistic idea.
Sarah Huckabee Sanders says busing immigrants to ‘sanctuary cities’ is ‘not our first choice,’ but ‘the president likes ...
Sanders said busing immigrants to sanctuary cities would also alleviate the burden on border communities and more evenly spread out the responsibility.
"Like so many issues we are forced to talk about during this presidency, this isn't a real idea or a real proposal, it's just another scare tactic."
Trump confirms he wants to release detained migrants into sanctuary cities as punishment for Democrats: ‘This should make them very happy!’...
The White House senior adviser Stephen Miller, one of the Trump administration's immigration hardliners, is said to be one of the plan's advocates.
A majority of Americans are opposed to building a wall along the southern border, but are in support of striking a deal over DACA, according to a new Gallup poll. Here's how Americans feel about four immigration issues.
The Justice Department on Tuesday evening sued California officials over three state laws passed last year, arguing that they violated the US constitution.
President Donald Trump on Tuesday again used a prominent death allegedly caused by an unauthorized immigrant to call for a crackdown on illegal immigration.
Acting ICE director Thomas Homan said he asked the Justice Department to look into whether officials in so-called "sanctuary cities" can be criminally charged.