White House slams Philadelphia mayor for ‘disgusting’ victory dance about the sanctuary city ruling

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The mayor dances on Philly ‘ s monastery the status of a city.


The White house on Thursday, the mayor of Philadelphia proposed is disgusting “” festive dance, after a court ruled in favor of the city in a fight with the trump manage on its sanctuary city status.

U.S. district judge Michael Baylson ruled on Wednesday that the Trump administration not to cut off the city’s policies granted to limit cooperation with Federal immigration authorities. Baylson said, the conditions the administration placed on the city to be unconstitutional, “arbitrary and capricious.”

Video tweeted by Philadelphia mayor James Kenney ‘ s deputy chief of staff showed him, dance with the chief of staff, Jane Slusser.

Needless to say, I think @Jane lusser and @Philly mayor are pretty excited about today’s decision by Reaffirming Philadelphia as a sanctuary in the city.

— Steve Preston (@StevePrest) 6. June 2018

“Sanctuary city, yeh!” a dizzy Kenney sings before high-fiving Slusser.

The White house was not thrilled, and drew attention to the crimes committed by criminal illegal immigrants that were protected by a policy of sanctuary.

“Many people in Philadelphia were killed, raped or attacked in the hands of criminal illegal aliens,” White house spokesman Hogan Gidley told Fox News. “It is disgusting that the mayor would celebrate and dance in a lawless decision that these dangerous criminals to roam free, and in Philadelphia communities and prey on innocent families and children.”

“Democrats” Sanctuary City policy is reckless, dangerous, and it protects the criminals, not law-abiding American citizens,” he added.

The city has said it will, in turn, signed on illegal immigrants, Immigration and Customs Enforcement if the Agency has a warrant from a judge.

Fox News’ Adam Shaw and The Associated Press contributed to this report.


John Roberts is currently the chief White House correspondent for FOX News Channel (FNC). He joined the network as a senior national correspondent in January 2011, based in the Atlanta office.

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