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really a calm the illegals I come the illegals US president Donald Trump on Friday said he was considering transporting asylum seekers and immigrants who entered the country illegally to so called sanctuary cities in America the idea appears meant to be political retaliation against Democrats in Congress California certainly is always saying %HESITATION we want more people , and they want more people in this sanctuary cities well will give them more people we can give me a lot we can give them an unlimited supply , and let's see if they're so happy they say we have open arms are always say they have open arms let's see if they have open arms the administration's plan first reported by The Washington Post would bus undocumented immigrants to the largely democratic cities that have opted to shield them from deportation San Francisco is one of them home district of democratic house speaker Nancy Pelosi who had this to say about the plan Friday I don't know anything about it but again it's it just another , notion that is unworthy of the presidency of the United States and disrespectful the challenges that we face as a country as a people to address who we are a nation of immigrants the post reported that department of homeland security officials balked at the idea a DHS spokesman told Reuters in a statement the plan was quote a suggestion that was floated and rejected which ended any further discussion Boston is another sanctuary city its mayor Marty Walsh on Friday appeared baffled by the proposal %HESITATION I I don't even know if the president knows which talk about that it is kind of intuitive to what he says to me he's he's doesn't want immigrants the country Nagendra people often in cities around America and I don't know what that means separately the trump administration on Friday rush to save its program of sending asylum seekers back to Mexico by filing an emergency motion with the U. S. court of appeals asking it to block an injunction that is set to shut down the policy on Friday