Trump Vs. Sanctuary Cities: “TRUMP HAS THE LAW ON HIS SIDE” (VIDEO)

A conflict is coming with “sanctuary cities.”

“Sanctuary cities” refuse to follow immigration laws. “Sanctuary cities” believe they can have laws different from the rest of America.

Here they are:

Of course, they’re all run by Democrats. Chicago’s Mayor Emmanuel recently said, “To all those who are, after Tuesday’s election, very nervous and filled with anxiety as we’ve spoken to, you are safe in Chicago, you are secure in Chicago and you are supported in Chicago, Chicago will always be a sanctuary city.”

Sanctuary cities flaunt immigration laws.

Obama allowed that.

Trump won’t.

Today, Judge Andrew Napolitano talked about the coming conflict. He talked about what will happen. He explained what the cities can and can’t do. And he said what Trump can do.

Watch (via Fox and Friends):

From the video:

Judge Napolitano: “Can the local police aggressively resist the Feds? No. Can they stand silent? Yes . . . President-elect Trump actually has the law on his side. Because Congress has given American Presidents great leeway to make a determination based on national security, national sovereignty and the resources available about who should be deported and who should not be.”

Democrats have spent the last eight years giving more power to the President. 

Now, the President is Trump. 

How will Trump go after sanctuary cities?

Here’s one clue from the man Trump recently tapped to handle illegal immigration:

There you go!

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