Proposals to move immigrants to sanctuary cities were reportedly rejected by at least twice.
CNN and others reported that conflict over the proposals was a factor behind Trump’s removal of senior immigration officials.
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Using human beings—including little children—as pawns in their warped game to perpetuate fear and demonize immigrants is despicable.” Like the media, Pelosi, whose district covers the sanctuary city of San Francisco, didn’t directly challenge the unspoken but clear premise that something terrible would happen to these cities if immigrants came to them.
Or, even more cynically, he may assume that any influx of newcomers will stress communities, producing tensions that make life worse for elected officials whom he dislikes.
The story notes that the move would have “targeted” House Speaker Nancy Pelosi, among others.