Trump Listens To Fraternal Order Of Police

by Marta Holmes March 30, 2017, 1:30
Trump Listens To Fraternal Order Of Police

"Go ahead Ken", Trump said, turning to the man sitting beside him. "I ask, what's going on in Chicago, right?"

The White House is calling for immediate budget cuts of $18 billion from programs like medical research, infrastructure and community development grants to help pay for the border wall that President Donald Trump repeatedly promised would be financed by Mexico.

During the election and since becoming president on January 20, Trump has been bringing up Chicago's ongoing struggle to reduce violent crime in the city, threatening at one point to "send in the Feds".

Trump said he was "removing criminals all over the country". Sessions was at the meeting, too, along with Vice President Mike Pence, said Jim Pasco, executive director of the union.

"He made commitments to us that he would support law enforcement if he was elected, and keep our views in mind as he undertook to uphold the threshold responsibility of a president, which is to protect public safety", Pasco said at the time. Gen. Kelly has done a fantastic job on the border.

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The White House billed the get together as a "listening session", but that didn't stop the Republican leader from speaking first.

According to new details sent to Congress, the administration wants immediate funding to complete an existing barrier in the Rio Grande Valley, $500 million to complete 28 miles of border levee wall near McAllen, Texas, and $350 million for construction along two segments near San Diego.

"This administration not only is trying to bully law enforcement and make them [Immigration and Customs Enforcement] agents, but they're trying to bully immigrant families", Perez, who was former President Barack Obama's Labor secretary, said in a statement Monday.

"I will always have your back 100 percent like you've always had mine and you showed that on November 8th". "Find out who they are, please, and let us know".

Police union leaders have warned President Donald Trump against cutting federal funding to so-called "sanctuary cities" in his ongoing crackdown on illegal immigration.


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