Trump wishes 'no ill will' with Tweet on Muslim lawmaker: White House

Trump wishes 'no ill will' with Tweet on Muslim lawmaker: White House

On Saturday night, she responded to Trump's attack with a clear message: "Oakland welcomes all".

On Saturday, Trump tweeted a video suggesting that Omar, a United States representative from Minnesota, had been dismissive of the 9/11 attacks that destroyed New York's World Trade Center and struck the Pentagon outside Washington.

Neal, chairman of the House Ways and Means Committee, on Saturday sent a two-page letter to Internal Revenue Service (IRS) Commissioner Charles Rettig rebuffing Mnuchin's statement earlier this week that Treasury would miss House Democrats' initial April 10 deadline for the returns, reports The Washington Post.

Trump specifically singled out the Democratic mayor of Oakland, Libby Schaaf, who had criticized a proposed policy to relocate detained immigrants to sanctuary cities as an "abuse of power and public resources".

"On Saturday the president tweeted that ".So interesting to see the Mayor of Oakland and other Sanctuary Cities NOT WANT our now "detained immigrants" after release due to the ridiculous court ordered 20 day rule.

At least one sanctuary city leader said to bring it on.

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"The president heard the idea, he likes it", she said.

"For far too long, we have lived with the discomfort of being a second-class citizen and, frankly, I'm exhausted of it, and every single Muslim in this country should be exhausted of it", she said. "Oakland welcomes all, no matter where you came from or how you got here". We don't want illegal immigration, we don't want people coming illegally across the border, " Scott said.

Smugglers have started funneling the migrants to remote areas of the border, such as the deserts of southern New Mexico. I'm from a state that we love immigrants, but we want legal immigration. The people were not authorized to speak publicly and spoke to The Associated Press on condition of anonymity. "We're trying to not to inundate and overwhelm the volunteers". There are fewer than 3,000 beds to hold families in detention, so the government has reinstated "catch and release".

"To tell the truth, it's a little tight now, financially speaking", said Romero, a former textile factory worker, who said he doesn't know of any charities that may be willing to help.

But Trump seemed ready to step up his fight with the cities, vowing to "give them an unlimited supply" of immigrants from the border. "They tend to open up businesses and employ other people. It has to stop", said Omar.

Laws make it hard to quickly return Central Americans, and many of them spend years in the USA waiting for their immigration cases to play out. CNN reported the president may have been joking. "We're not enforcing our laws".

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