Republican senator: Trump may be trying to make 'everybody crazy'
Apr 15 2019
White House press secretary Sarah Sanders confirmed Sunday a proposed plan to send undocumented immigrants to so-called sanctuary cities is being reviewed.
"But the President is absolutely and should be calling out the congresswoman for her, not only one-time, but history of antisemitic comments", she said.
The White House on Sunday, echoing President Donald Trump, said sending undocumented migrants to sanctuary USA cities that have protected them from deportation remains a possibility even though government agencies have said it would be impractical and there is no money allocated to do it.
Schaaf was responding to a tweet by Trump Saturday afternoon when the US president seemed to mock Schaaf's earlier statement accusing Trump of planning to send undocumented immigrants to sanctuary cities.
Mr. Trump's lawyer in the matter, Will Consovoy, also asked the IRS not to hand over the president's tax returns until it receives a legal opinion from the Justice Department.
Sanders described Omar's comments as "disgraceful and unbefitting" as a member of Congress and added that she believes its a good thing the president called her out. "So you can't just say that today someone is looking at me odd and that I am trying to make myself look pleasant", Omar explained.
The White House appears to be anxious enough about Donald Trump'snew baseline of erratic, lunacy-infused declarations this week to dispatch not one, but both of the administration's most practiced liars to blow smoke up the collective American behind.
Critics warn migrant transfers would further burden already stretched immigration authorities while making it more hard to track those that have been unloaded in sympathetic jurisdictions. "They do these watered down push backs that frankly they feel like give them enough cover, but aren't really getting the job done".
"This is all about political partisanship", she told Wallace.
On Saturday, Trump tweeted a video suggesting that Omar, a USA representative from Minnesota, had been dismissive of the 9/11 attacks that destroyed New York's World Trade Center and struck the Pentagon outside Washington.
Sanders said it was one of many options on the table, though she hoped the solution would be for Congress to work with the president on comprehensive immigration reform.
"In fact, we have always welcomed people who have faced tremendous hardships around the world".
"Look, you can't threaten somebody with something they're not afraid of", said Gov. Jay Inslee of Washington state, a candidate for president. "Instead of threatening immigrant families and the cities that welcome them, this president should spend a little bit more time trying to learn from us".
".So interesting to see the Mayor of Oakland and other Sanctuary Cities NOT WANT our now "detained immigrants" after release due to the ridiculous court-ordered 20-day rule".