'FIX THE IMMIGRATION LAWS!' Trump Considers Sending Migrants to Sanctuary Cities

'FIX THE IMMIGRATION LAWS!' Trump Considers Sending Migrants to Sanctuary Cities

"We have finished the necessary groundwork for a request of this magnitude, and I am sure we are within our valid legislative, and legal and supervision faith", Neal said in a statement Wednesday afternoon.

Neal reacted cautiously and is expected to have a fuller response later this week after consulting with House lawyers.

"The president has told people close to him that the attempt to receive his returns were an invasion of his privacy and a further example of the Democratic-led" witch hunt" - that he's called special counsel Robert Mueller's investigation - meant to damage him.

One day after reports emerged that White House officials had pressured immigration authorities to release immigrant detainees into sanctuary cities, President Trump confirmed the shocking proposal, first via tweet and later as he spoke to reporters.

The proposal, she said, is not an "ideal solution" but one that could be implemented if Democrats refuse to negotiate with Trump on border security. Trump has broken with decades of presidential precedent by not voluntarily releasing his returns to the public. Trump said that he would like to offer them but he won't do that till he is under audit. "Frankly, the people don't care".

He also said the committee had heard from whistle-blowers on the policy and expected his committee would question White House aide Steven Miller, the president's advisor most closely associated with his hardline views on immigration.

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Democrats did not expect the department however they have not sketched out their next steps. Trump has long dictated that he is in audit and that's why he could not liberate his returns. "The President heard the idea, he likes it, so well, we're looking to see if there are options that make it possible and doing a full and thorough and extensive review".

Chairman Neal asserts his right to request the returns under Internal Revenue Code section 6103 (f), to ask for any tax return from anybody from the IRS.

Neal's initial letter didn't lay out any consequences for the IRS if it didn't comply, and a spokesman said a likely course would be a second, more insistent, letter.

"The USA has the absolute legal right to have apprehended illegal immigrants transferred to Sanctuary Cities", Trump tweeted Saturday as part of his larger push to tighten immigration laws and try to stop the flow of migrants across the southern border.

"Will he tell the IRS not to release them though?" asked Wallace, trying to get a more direct answer. The president's outside attorney also did not respond to a request for comment.

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