Trump to unleash immigration enforcment
President Trump will visit the Department of Homeland Security on Wednesday afternoon, where he is expected to sign multiple executive actions that would tighten U.S. immigration policies with certain majority Muslim countries.Trump is also slated to issue an order to proceed with the construction of the border fence already approved by Congress. He is also expected to crack down on sanctuary cities by restricting federal funding.
Trump is scheduled to arrive at the Homeland Security headquarters around 1:30 p.m. for the 105-minute meeting. DHS Secretary John Kelly was sworn into office last Friday.
A report released Tuesday evening said the signings would take place at DHS. The orders are likely to include restricting immigration from countries including Iraq, Iran, Libya, Somalia, Sudan, Syria and Yemen.