America's Republican Republican Andy Biggs advocated an idea by President Trump to send immigrants from the border to the cities of protection, calling this a sensible measure to deal with the crisis at the border.
"I have a sense for myself," said Biggs, a member of the House Judiciary Committee, on Tuesday in "America's Newsroom."
Biggs went to the border with other members of the congress on Tuesday and will lead a tour there.
"You just can not fully understand the scale of the problem if you even see it on TV," Biggs said as he talked about the reason for the Tuesday trip. "But when I bring these people to the limit, they suddenly become evangelizers. You know how serious this is and they can help our colleagues recognize that, and maybe we can make the Democrats recognize this as a real problem and help us solve the problems of congressional legislation. "
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When asked if he is hopeful, Biggs replied, adding," I am also a Realist "(1
On Monday, Trump tweeted: "These illegal immigrants, who can no longer be legally enshrined (Congress must set the laws and loopholes), are subject to the Homeland Security Authority, S anctuary Cities and States!"
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Biggs said he has heard from his constituents "for quite some time" what the president is proposing. He added: "They want them (we become overwhelmed."
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The heads of the Judiciary, Oversight and Homeland Security Committees sent a letter to the Trump administration on Monday saying, "The administration is lacking not only the legal power to convict detainees." That's shocking that the president and high administrative officials even consider manipulating dismissal decisions for purely political reasons. "
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" My answer is that the President is circled in. It is the Left who came in and is being sued They said they would keep the people until they get asylum We could not hold on to the people who are here, "Biggs said Tuesday.
"The left has formed the sanctuary cities and said, 'welcome here' as an incentive for people to come here illegally, and in places like Phoenix that have been overpowered in providing services, we have churches and community organizations just overwhelmed by the number of people coming in. Maybe the holy cities that are part of the lure must say, "OK, we'll take them."