The Trump administration says it will appeal a ruling by a federal judge in California that blocked part of the President's executive order on so called "sanctuary cities.” The order would withhold some of the federal funding to 600 or so communities that refuse to cooperate with the federal government to enforce immigration laws.
Getting far less media coverage is the launching of new Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) office VOICE, or the Victims of Immigration Crime Engagement, to help victims of crimes committed by illegal immigrants. Today on "Dana," Chairman of Enforce the Law Laura Wilkerson, whose son was killed by an illegal immigrant, joined Lawrence Jones who filled in for Dana Loesch.
Lawrence asked if Wilkerson was pleased with President Donald Trump's performance so far on illegal immigration, to which she replied, "absolutely." The grieving mother could not imagine anyone being against anything that helps victims of crime perpetrated by illegal immigrants. She hoped Trump's new office should alleviate some of that strain.
Wilkerson, who has previously confronted House Minority Leader, Nancy Pelosi (D-Calif.) on this issue said she "doesn't get it," asserting that Americans have the "right to secure our borders, and it's negligence not to do so."