White House Wishes No 'Ill Will' Toward Rep

Monday, 15 Apr, 2019

"If they continue to be unwilling to do that, we're certainly looking at all options", Sanders told "Fox News Sunday."

"I don't know whether it's legal or illegal".

"Generally, there are strong presumptions of Congress' investigations, but that doesn't mean it's conclusive if they just say they need information", he continued. "Make everybody talk about it on their shows", Scott told Tapper. "But we have to comply with every law".

The plan would put thousands of immigrants in cities that are not only welcoming to them, but also more likely to rebuff federal officials carrying out deportation orders.

Al Jazeera's John Hendren reports from Washington, DC. "It actually could encourage more immigrants".

The White House's response to the Post story was to characterize it as merely a proposal that was considered but ultimately rejected.

On Saturday, he said his administration has "the absolute legal right to have apprehended illegal immigrants transferred to Sanctuary Cities".

Last week Trump revived ideas such as closing the border and busing detained migrants to America's "sanctuary" cities where local government resists co-operating with immigration crackdowns.

Trump has staked his presidency on his insistence that the United States is being overrun by migrants and asylum seekers.

WASHINGTON: Donald Trump´s spokeswoman Sarah Sanders defended the president Sunday against accusations that he was inciting violence toward a Muslim congresswoman after he tweeted a video of her spliced with footage of the 9/11 attacks. This has nothing to do with whether or not they are going to determine policy. "We hereby demand that they be taken care of at the highest level, especially by the State of California, which is well known or its poor management & high taxes!" "The president wants us to [consider it] again so that is being done and they're doing a complete and thorough review".

"They want the IRS audits from 2014, but how does that have to do with Donald Trump?" he questioned.

Democrats have seized on the issue of Trump's undisclosed taxes since taking control of the House of Representatives - citing a little-known law that allows Congress to review anyone's returns to conduct an investigation.

"In fact, we have always welcomed people who have faced tremendous hardships around the world".

It actually could make it more hard for Immigration and Customs Enforcement officers to arrest people facing deportation because sanctuary cities do not work with ICE. "I expect it will continue, if not expand upon, those kinds of resources", Said Lori Lightfoot, Chicago's mayor-elect, Friday during a CNN interview with Anderson Cooper.

San Jose Mayor Sam Liccardo said his city welcomes any families "who have endured such incredible hardships and have endeavored to make a better life for themselves and their families and want to be a part of our great country".