This is directly from a press conference, where White House Spokesman Sean Spicer goes over what will happen with a new immigration policy. This policy is the one to deport criminal immigrants, but again questions the degree of the crimes. With how they look at it, it is very obvious that there is no definition of criminals. They also go over how this policy leads to racial profiling and the immigrants would most likely not even go before a judge before being deported. This article was biased towards keeping innocent illegal immigrants. This article seemed to be dealing with the chief executive and public opinion. These people did not agree with trumps policy and made it very clear. They brought many questions up about it and doubted its ability to do good.
The immigration executive orders signed by President Donald Trump could create a vast expansion of authority for individual immigration officers. Trump stated that he was just after criminals and “the bad guys”, but his orders include all illegal immigrants. The article argues that's problematic because it contradicts principles of the criminal justice system, especially the presumption of innocence. This article was biased towards keeping innocent illegal immigrants. This article is discussing the chief executive order to deport illegal immigrants. This is basically public opinion on the chiefs decision. It was more public opinion on the democratic side, but showed somewhat of the republican view.
So President Trump basically told every law-enforcement agency in California that were it not for the presence of federal immigration and border agents, they "would see crime like no one's ever seen crime in this country.” The article says that is Trump did withdraw his immigration and border agents, California might conceivably wind up with more immigrants living there without the federal government's permission, but that doesn't mean that crime would worsen. They actually believe that the state of California would improve. So, this article I should welcoming Trumps warning, believing that it would help them. This is biased towards allowing immigration and against deportation. This article is public opinion about the president. He is proposing to make an executive order to take his people out, but California seems to be quite alright with that. Trump will be torn between public opinions, but I do not believe that he would make this executive order and let immigrants come into the states that easily.
California Attorney General Xavier Becerra Said he would prosecute any California employer who cooperates with the US immigration and Customs enforcement. He has not been arrested or charged, while Arizona Sheriff Joe Arpaio was prosecuted for criminal contempt for standing up to the Obama Administration’s lax immigration enforcement policy. The author states that the Justice Department should show some leadership by making an example out of Becerra. There was a lot of bias towards the enforcement of immigration laws and the punishment of Becerra. This article shows the example of public opinion. The author is trying to sway readers to support the enforcement of the immigration laws. They are giving their opinion on the bureaucracy, Becerra, but he is not just acting against presidential orders, but the law. The big question is: how will trump respond?