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Michael Hancock is not intimidated by Trump

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Michael Hancock is not intimidated by Trump
February 01
14:06 2018

MAYOR OF DENVER DECLINES INVITATION TO VISIT THE WHITE HOUSE

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Mayor of Denver Michael Hancock, strongly replied to the letter that the Department of Justice (DOJ) sent to Denver and 22 other cities. The DOJ demands that Denver demonstrate they are not a ‘sanctuary city’. Hancock stated that these threats are an attempt to distract the U.S. population from the real news, like the special investigation by Robert Muller.

The mayor assured that his office has been compliant with section 1373 and all federal laws. He explained that the actions taken by the city are geared towards keeping the highest level of security for all citizens, including immigrants. The DOJ once again demanded that Denver cooperates with federal authorities for the deportation of undocumented immigrants.

This is the second time in a few months that the DOJ sends a letter to Denver and other ‘sanctuary cities’. In November, a similar letter was received by 29 cities. Denver refuses to allocate resources to persecute undocumented immigrants. According to the Mayor, the threat by the federal authorities to demand this information is a mistake of the Trump administration.

Declines invitation

On his Twitter account, Hancock explained that, because of the letters they received, he and mayors of other cities declined an invitation to the White House. “Denver doesn’t violate federal law, and we won’t be intimidated... No, won’t be going to the WH today, better things to do than be part of a photo op for 45 as he threatens cities again,” he stated.


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