REPORT: Dem governor fights back after Trump sues state over sanctuary policy

FEBRUARY 11, 2020

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A day after President Donald Trump’s administration filed a lawsuit seeking to overturn controversial restrictions on when police New Jersey can cooperate with federal immigration officials, Gov. Phil Murphy on Tuesday vowed to defend the policy “with great vigor.”

Murphy, a Democrat who frequently criticizes Trump, said the Republican president is simply trying to “vilify” immigrants as he seeks re-election in November.

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And Murphy argued that the restrictions are designed to make the Garden State a safer place for all residents.

The governor released a statement, declaring, “Fearmongering for the purposes of an election only further complicates the work of law enforcement and jeopardizes public safety. We will continue to provide a welcoming and inclusive home for our immigrant communities.”

The Trump administration filed a lawsuit over New Jersey rules that limit what police officers can share with ICE agents.

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