- The Trump administration is preparing a series of immigration enforcement actions targeting sanctuary cities leading up to the November general election, sources told the Washington Post on Tuesday.
- So-called “sanctuary cities” have policies in place where local law enforcement cooperates with federal immigration officials. The president and other Republicans have strongly criticized those cities and their often Democratic mayors.
- Acting Secretary of the Department of Homeland Security Chad Wolf is expected to travel to at least one of the cities where these arrests will take place to emphasize some of the president’s immigration-related campaign promises.
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