White House Officials Wanted DHS, ICE Officials To Release Migrants In Sanctuary Cities
Friday, 12 April 2019 The Washington Post spoke to Department of Homeland Security officials and viewed email messages which said White House officials were trying to make immigration authorities release migrants onto the streets of "sanctuary cities" as a form of retaliation against Democrats and other adversaries of President Donald Trump. White House officials, led by adviser Stephen Miller, proposed transporting detained immigrants to sanctuary cities at least twice in the last year, once in November and again in February. The first occurrence was while President Trump claimed the migrant caravan edging to the border was a national emergency, while the second was during a standoff with Democrats over funding...
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