He’s not messing around.
According to CNS News, President Donald Trump attacked sanctuary cities during a recent meeting with Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis stating that is “where people that are criminals are protected.”
“I think there’s a big difference from a state that lost money because of COVID and a state that’s been run really badly for 25 years. There’s a big difference, in my opinion. We’d have to talk about things like payroll tax cuts. We have to talk about things like sanctuary cities, as an example,” the president said.
“I think sanctuary cities are something that has to be brought up where people that are criminals are protected, they are protected from prosecution. I think that has to be done. I think it’s one of the problems that the states have. I don’t even think they know they have a problem, but they have a big problem with the sanctuary city situation,” he said.
“We’d have to talk about a lot of different things. We are certainly open to talking, but it would really have to be COVI-related, not related for mismanagement over a long time, over a long period of time,” Trump said.
“It’s a very simple distinction to make. We are not looking to do a bailout for a state that’s been — it’s unfair to many of the states, most of the states that have done such a good job,” he said. You can read the full article here.