AZ Central: “White House directives placing most of the nation’s millions of undocumented immigrants at risk of deportation drew praise Tuesday from Arizona voters who helped elect Donald Trump, in part, because of his promises to act decisively on illegal immigration.
The stricter enforcement procedures were spelled out in Department of Homeland Security memos released Tuesday, and provide guidance to law-enforcement officials on how to implement Trump’s Jan. 25 executive orders on immigration. The orders give ICE agents wide discretion in determining who to deport.
Trump supporters said the moves show the president is serious about following through on his campaign commitment to remove people in the U.S. illegally — the “bad hombres” he talked about so often. Stronger enforcement will curb migrants’ undermining of U.S. sovereignty, and restore the rule of law, they said.”
The voters like the idea of enforcing the law but continue to deal with McCain.