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  • Attorney General Jeff Sessions speaks in Miami against sanctuary cities

    Attorney General Jeff Sessions came to Miami on Wednesday to deliver a stark warning on the dangers of “criminal aliens” and praised the county’s mayor for being the only big-city leader to abandon “sanctuary” protections and detain local inmates for federal immigration officers.

Attorney General Jeff Sessions speaks in Miami against sanctuary cities

Attorney General Jeff Sessions came to Miami on Wednesday to deliver a stark warning on the dangers of “criminal aliens” and praised the county’s mayor for being the only big-city leader to abandon “sanctuary” protections and detain local inmates for federal immigration officers.
Alecia Richards Miami Herald