Defending its plan to punish jurisdictions that shelter undocumented immigrants, the White House implied they don’t deserve federal funding because they take crime too lightly, a stance not supported by statistics. During Friday’s briefing, press secretary Sean Spicer took a question from Derrick Blakley of CBS 2 Chicago via Skype. Blakley asked about President Trump’s executive orders withholding grants from localities maintaining “sanctuary” status for undocumented immigrants.
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