Cook County Sheriff Tom Dart said federal officials should focus on stopping violent crime, not immigration enforcement. View Full Caption
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CHICAGO — There is no need for the Trump administration to send more immigration enforcement agents to Chicago as part of a promised crackdown on so-called “sanctuary cities,” Cook County Sheriff Tom Dart said Wednesday.
Immigration and Customs Enforcement Acting Director Thomas Homan told the Washington Examiner Tuesday that the Trump administration “plans to flood sanctuary cities” with new agents. Many of the 10,000 new employees will be assigned to locate and deport undocumented immigrants in cities where officials refuse to cooperate with federal immigration agents, Homan said.
“I would suggest that is not the best use of their time and
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