First ‘sanctuary city’ caves in to Trump demands

President Trump is hailing the first victory in his fight against “sanctuary cities” after a South Florida mayor ordered his employees on Thursday to begin working more closely with federal immigration authorities.

For years, Miami-Dade County has refused to hold some undocumented immigrants in its jails for federal immigration agents. But after Trump signed an executive order threatening to withhold federal funding from sanctuary cities, Miami-Dade County Mayor Carlos Gimenez changed his mind.

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2 thoughts on “First ‘sanctuary city’ caves in to Trump demands”

  1. Trump is doing what the law says he must do. Those sanctuary cities are in violation of the law. Providing aid in the commission of a felony should be grounds for dismissal and also be fined and face jail time.

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