Daily Immigration News Clips – August 24, 2017

Aggregated local and national media coverage of major immigration law news stories being discussed throughout the U.S. on August 24, 2017


Miami Herald Activists push for TPS for Venezuelans, but how viable is that option, really?
By Brenda Medina

CNN US to sanction 4 countries for refusing deportations
By David Shortell

The Guardian Trump's immigration crackdown is traumatizing a generation of children
By Mark Keierleber

Associated Press Trump talks unity, but detours into angry words for media
By Julie Bykowics

New York Times Though No Longer Sheriff, Joe Arpaio Is Still a Polarizing Figure
By Simon Romero

Washington Post 'Spitting in the face of the people of Arizona': Activists decry possible Trump pardon of convicted sheriff
By John Wagner

Washington Post Pardon for Arpaio would be rare but not unprecedented act
By Devlin Barrett

Washington Post 'I don't know how it got this bad': Trump supporters and protesters meet in Phoenix
By Jenna Johnson, Danielle Paquette and Lourdes Medrano

Politico Betting on Arizona
By Ted Hesson

The Hill Trump gathered with possible Flake challengers in Phoenix: report
By Mallory Shelbourne

The Hill Trump will make an announcement on Arpaio at 'appropriate' time: White House
By Max Greenwood

The Hill Trump blasts Flake as 'weak on crime and border'
By Jordan Fabian

The Hill Ryan pushes back on Trump attacking GOP senators
By Cristina Marcos

The Hill White House readies paperwork for Joe Arpaio pardon: report
By Rebecca Savranksy

The Hill Arpaio standing by Trump 'pardon or no pardon'
By Josh Delk

Univision Sources: ICE will release DACA recipient detained in Kentucky
By Jorge Cancino

Reuters Trump Government Shutdown Threat Draws Criticism, Unnerves Markets
By Chuck Mikolajczak

New York Times Trump to Congress: Fund the Wall or I'll Shut the Government
By Julie Hirschfeld Davis

Washington Post Trump's demand to build border wall could upend sensitive negotiations on Capitol Hill
By Mike DeBonis, Elise Viebeck and Damian Paletta

Politico Betting on Arizona
By Ted Hesson

The Hill Odds of a government shutdown rise after Trump threat
By Mike Lillis

The Hill Trump not backing down on shutdown threat over border wall
By Mallory Shelbourne

Politico Trump under the gun as Dreamers deadline looms
By Seung Min Kim

MSNBC On immigration, Trump has an offer Dems can easily refuse
By Steve Benen

NPR Lawmakers Want To Make California A Sanctuary State

By Lee Fang and Ali Winston

Capital Public Radio California Follows Oregon To 'Sanctuary State' Status
By Ben Bradford

Washington Post Immigrant group in Va. sues ICE over 'collateral arrests' it calls unconstitutional
By Antonio Olivo

CNN Judge attacked by Trump could order return of deported man
By Ray Sanchez and Laura Jarrett

Chicago Tribune Mother of 6 seeks sanctuary in a Chicago church to avoid deportation
By Nereida Moreno

NHPR Indonesian Christians Face Trump's Deportation Crackdown
By Ben Henry

KUSA Mother of 3 takes sanctuary in Denver church to avoid deportation
By Victoria Sanchez

Vox Congress was preparing for some immigration skirmishes. Trump wants a battle royal.
By Dara Lind

Associated Press The Latest: White House Says Trump Shutdown Threat Serious

Associated Press Kelly seeks to restore White House order ahead of key fights
By Jill Colvin and Ken Thomas

Reuters Canada Frets Over Possible Huge Surge in Asylum-Seekers: Sources
By Anna Mehler Paperny

Reuters Trump, McConnell Say They Remain United on Shared Goals
By Amanda Becker

New York Times Spanish Thrives in the U.S. Despite an English-Only Drive
By Simon Romero

New York Times Different Day, Different Audience, and a Completely Different Trump
By Mark Landler

Washington Post 'Resist': See art inspired by the Women's March on Washington at two D.C. venues
By Mark Jenkins

Washington Post Trump pollster finds 50 percent of Republicans open to another nominee in 2020
By David Weigel

Washington Post 'Go back to where the pigs live in India,' a racist caller told a CEO who rebuked Trump
By Kristine Phillips

Washington Post Arizona's ban on Mexican American studies was racist, U.S. court rules
By Valerie Strauss

Chicago Tribune (Editorial) Trust Act is the right move for immigrants - and for Illinois

Salt Lake Tribune (Editorial) Reyes can do more for Utah's DREAMers

The Guardian (Op-Ed) The US deportation system is verging on lawlessness
By Denise Gilman

New York Times (Op-Ed) Why Trump Loves Arizona
By Tom Zoellner

New York Times (Op-Ed) Donald Trump's Identity Politics
By Thomas B. Edsall

Washington Post (Opinion) Trump's angry, dishonest rant about his Charlottesville comments, dissected
By Aaron Blake

Washington Post (Opinion) The U.S. Catholic Church's last major effort on racism was in 1979. Charlottesville woke it up.
By Anthea Butler

Washington Post (Op-Ed) Trump's most recent shout to white supremacists: I'm with you
By Cecilia Wang

Washington Post (Op-Ed) The core of Donald Trump's immigration policy? Fear.
By Adam Goodman

Washington Post (Opinion) The view of President Trump's Phoenix rally from his rosy Twitter bubble
By Libby Casey

Washington Post (Op-Ed) Bend the trend: Reviving unionization in America
By Jared Bernstein

Washington Post (Opinion) Trump's whiplash: Three personas in three speeches, but the same president
By Philip Rucker

Washington Post (Opinion) Why Ben Carson's appearance in Phoenix was likely a violation of federal law
By Philip Bump

Wall Street Journal (Opinion) Trump's Arizona Visit Reminds GOP of His Agenda-and Baggage
By Joshua Jamerson

The Hill (Op-Ed) Arizona speech reveals a president who wants out
By Maria Cardona


Las Vegas Review Journal Nonprofit donates millions to help immigrants get legal counsel
By Jessie Bekker

Boston Globe Council unanimously backs immigration protection
By Milton J. Valencia

By Crystal Chavez

Bay State Banner Boston Public School teachers rally to support DACA
By Karen Morales

Washington Post (Indiana) Republicans send a mariachi band to troll Sen. Joe Donnelly, an Indiana Democrat
By Kyle Swenson

The Oklahoman (Editorial) U.S. needs smarter, streamlined immigration policy