What Trump's immigrant 'sanctuary city' defunding means for real estate

  • Reince Priebus, President-elect Trump’s new chief of staff, said that Trump is “looking into” cutting millions in funding to so-called "sanctuary" cities on day one of his presidency.
  • Mayors in sanctuary cities are fighting back saying that they will resist Trump’s efforts.
  • The Trump administration will most certainly use another tool that would impact every employer in the country: E-Verify.

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President-elect Donald Trump has pledged to defund sanctuary cities if they fail to cooperate with the deportation or incarceration of up to 3 million immigrants who are criminals or have criminal records.