Trump To Pull Federal Funds From Sanctuary Cities Like Chicago

Trump To Pull Federal Funds From Sanctuary Cities Like Chicago

Trump To Pull Federal Funds From Sanctuary Cities Like Chicago

Along with a restriction on immigrants, the executive orders will also temporarily restrict access for refugees aiming to come to the United States.

Donald Trump is reportedly expected to sign several executive orders restricting immigration from Syria and six other Middle Eastern and African countries on Wednesday, according to a report from Reuters.

At the heart of the issue is a country divided on how to approach illegal immigration. The conversations surrounding immigration have been at once important, impassioned, and many times, downright insane.

The 70-year-old is making good on his campaign promise to tighten America's national security after saying some "bad hombres" were entering the U.S. easily due to the miles upon miles of largely unguarded Mexican border.

"Building a barrier is more than just a campaign promise, it's common sense, the first step to really securing our porous border", White House press secretary Sean Spicer told reporters Wednesday. A strong and healthy economy in Mexico is very good for the US, he said, adding that he's "looking forward" to meeting with President Enrique Peña Nieto again.

Fox tweeted on January 6: "Trump, when will you understand that I am not paying for that wall".

Trumps dance to Frank Sinatra's 'My Way' at inaugural ball
Bush to Bill Clinton and his wife, Hillary, who was defeated by Trump last November after a costly and divisive campaign. He joined figures from other faiths who also offered blessings. "We will shine for everyone to follow ", he said.

There will also be measures that force so-called sanctuary cities in the United States to co-operate with the authorities on deporting illegal immigrants.

Mexican President Enrique Pena Nieto has repeatedly said his country will not pay for a wall, but The Washington Post reports he does plan to visit Trump in Washington, D.C., on January 31.

In addition to the border wall, Trump also wants to renegotiate the North American Free Trade Agreement (NAFTA) with Mexico and Canada, warning last week that he would abandon the pact unless the United States gets "a fair deal". It will be in a form - perhaps a complicated form - and you have to understand.

When asked about the start of construction, Trump shared that it would begin very soon.

Some estimates suggest that the cost of the wall will be between $15 billion and $25 billion. On Tuesday he tweeted that he had a "big day planned on NATIONAL SECURITY".

"We looked at many good people [for the position] but it wasn't even close", Mr. Trump said after the swearing-in.