Sarah Sanders on Immigration: Congress and President Could Solve in '15 Minutes'

Sarah Sanders on Immigration: Congress and President Could Solve in '15 Minutes'

Sarah Sanders on Immigration: Congress and President Could Solve in '15 Minutes'

Additionally, she said ideally the country wouldn't be dealing with the massive influx of illegal immigrants coming across the border, and suggested the best way to solve the crisis would be for Democrats to step up and work with President Trump to fix immigration laws. "They do these watered down push backs that frankly they feel like give them enough cover, but aren't really getting the job done". 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.

Trump said late Saturday on Twitter, "Democrats must change the Immigration Laws FAST".

"The president heard the idea, he likes it, so - well, we're looking to see if there are options that make it possible, and doing a full and thorough and extensive review".

The exchange between the president and Oakland's mayor comes after another week of twists and turns in Trump's quest to implement his immigration agenda.

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 taunted Democrats by dangling the possibility of an influx of illegal immigrants into their communities. Jerry Nadler of NY, said on CNN's State of the Union.

And despite the consideration given to releasing the migrants to sanctuary cities, the Trump administration actually has plenty of jail space to detain families. "He shouldn't use them as what he imagines as retribution to political opponents in various areas. A president and federal government that would seek to weaponize a law enforcement agency to punish perceived political enemies", she said, adding that Trump is acting like "a would-be despot who thinks the rule of law does not apply to him".


- President Donald Trump is not trying to incite violence against Rep. Ilhan Omar, the White House said Sunday, arguing that the president has an absolute duty to highlight what the Minnesota Democrat's own critics say is her history of anti-Semitic and other divisive comments.

"This is a risky unsafe road and frankly".

Trump said again last week that he won't release them because he is under audit, although the IRS says an audit doesn't bar public release.

"My guess is 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".

"It is not the proper function of the IRS, Treasury, or Justice to question or second guess the motivations of the Committee or its reasonable determinations regarding its need for the requested tax returns and return information", Neal said.

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