President Donald Trump will be on Long Island today to discuss eradicating gang violence, especially the violent MS-13 gang.
Mr. Zeldin, a steadfast supporter of the president, called for an "all hands on deck mission from all levels of government" addressing gang violence, "from the enforcement of our immigration laws, worldwide efforts to combat various related criminal activity, to local efforts to educate and rehabilitate as necessary and appropriate".
"It is greatly unfortunate that some people plan to line the streets in opposition to the President's visit, shamefully alleging that the President's motive is to "attack immigrants" and 'hard working American families, '" he said.
"It is the policy of this administration to dismantle, decimate and eradicate MS-13", he said.
New York Rep. Peter King said it is "a priority of the Trump Administration to destroy and crush MS-13".Читайте также: Trader's Buzzer: General Motors Company (GM)
Federal law enforcement officials announced the indictments last week of 14 suspected MS-13 gang members on Long Island, including nine accused of bludgeoning and hacking four young men to death in a Central Islip park in April. The crimes are attributed to the MS-13 gang, a USA group with ties to El Salvador and Honduras.
Trump administration officials said they have begun implementing the president's directive to target MS-13 and other violent gangs and cartels. The administration is "trying to literally liberate cities and towns from this violence", the official said.
Under Trump, Immigration and Customs Enforcement has targeted the gang, deporting more than 2,700 criminal gang members in fiscal 2017, up from 2,057 in the entire previous fiscal year, the White House has said. "Like, don't hit their head and they've just killed somebody. I said, 'You can take the hand away, OK?'" They'll be out of here quickly, right? "We say loud and clear that he is not welcomed here".
"Suffolk Community College epitomizes the American ideals of opportunity and inclusion", Morgo said. A smaller group rallied in support of Trump, holding Trump flags and signs reading "We support the President". Although the majority of its estimated 30,000 members are based in Central America, U.S. officials believe that 6,000 members are scattered across 46 states in cities like Los Angeles-where the gang originated-Washington, D.C., and on Long Island in NY.При любом использовании материалов сайта и дочерних проектов, гиперссылка на обязательна.
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