A day after taking office, President Donald Trump signed an executive order declaring his intent to crack down on immigration and border security.
It was a first step in a new strategy of cracking down on illegal immigration and cracking down heavily on criminal activity that has led to widespread protests and unrest in several US cities.
The order, which was announced by Homeland Security Secretary John Kelly, says the government will crack down hard on anyone who is convicted of or charged with a felony or a misdemeanor.
The Department of Homeland Security (DHS) will begin requiring criminal history records to be submitted to federal immigration authorities for criminal records, including for drug crimes, property crimes and sex offenses.
Anyone who is in possession of a felony conviction will be subject to mandatory deportation proceedings, as well as being subject to removal from the country.
The order also includes a list of “sanctuary cities” that are deemed to be sanctuary cities, meaning they have no laws or policies that protect the rights of undocumented immigrants.
This is a controversial measure.
In a series of tweets, Trump claimed that sanctuary cities were a problem.
“There are many sanctuary cities.
Many cities are failing.
We must end the sanctuary policies of sanctuary cities and impose a law that is fair to all,” Trump said in a series to reporters on Friday.
“They want to have a sanctuary city.
They have no problem with the laws of the country and that is what I am doing.
They can’t make that happen.”
Trump has repeatedly promised to cut off federal funding to cities that do not comply with immigration enforcement, which is a key plank of his immigration policies.
Critics say the order is an attempt to force sanctuary cities to comply with federal immigration law and also undermine the rights and protections of undocumented people.
Trump’s executive order is a big win for the Republican party and the GOP brand among Latino voters.
It’s a huge win for Trump.
He’s now doing everything he can to be more inclusive than he was.
This was his big moment.
He was the first sitting president who actually had a chance to do this.
But it was not without controversy.
The executive order was not only a slap on the wrist for sanctuary cities that have already committed to complying with federal law, but it was also an attack on immigrants and people of color.
For the first time in a while, it was actually Trump who is attacking immigrants.
He had promised to deport millions of people, including undocumented immigrants, and he has done just that.
His immigration policies have left Latinos in particular in a bad spot.
The number of people who are living in the country illegally is nearly four times higher than the national average.
And yet, the number of undocumented residents in the US is still about half of the national population.
For years, Latinos have been struggling with a sense of alienation from their country.
They’ve been marginalized by a political system that seems to have lost all respect for them.
This executive order comes at a time when Latinos have had to contend with Trump’s anti-immigrant rhetoric and policies that have been a major focus of the Republican Party.
He has called for a wall along the US border with Mexico and the construction of a border wall along America’s southern border with Canada, saying Mexico is sending rapists, drug dealers and criminals across the border.
The Republican Party has responded to these comments with calls for a border security wall, which the Trump administration has been discussing for years.
Trump has also made anti-Mexican comments, calling Mexican immigrants criminals, criminals and rapists.
In an interview with The New York Times in January, Trump also said he would have deported millions of undocumented immigrant people if he was elected president, even if it meant sending them back to Mexico.
He said in the interview that he would build a wall on the US-Mexico border to keep undocumented immigrants out of the US.
That was a reference to the building of the wall that would be built along the Mexican border.
Trump said he had plans to build a massive wall on US-Mexica border, including an international border, to keep illegal immigrants out.
But the Republican leader also said the US should pay for it.
It’s an effort to force these cities and states to comply to Trump’s priorities and policies.
The plan comes as President Trump faces mounting criticism from both Democrats and members of his own party, including some Republicans, over his controversial immigration policies and policies on immigration.
Republican congressional leaders have also criticized the order.
“I think it is a bad idea,” said House Speaker Paul Ryan in a statement on Friday, adding that it was a “political ploy” by the president.
Some Republicans have also called for more aggressive enforcement.
Rep. Jared Huffman, who chairs the House Homeland Security Committee, told reporters on Thursday that the order would “take a step backwards for immigration reform,” adding that Trump’s move was “very, very troubling.”
Huffman also criticized Democrats, saying that the executive order “would undermine our country’s immigration system.”
“It’s a political