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David Bossie: Teen's Rape Shows Sanctuary Cities, States Dangers

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By    |   Wednesday, 22 Mar 2017 02:03 PM

The rape of a 14-year-old girl in Montgomery County, Md., points out the dangers of creating sanctuary states and cities, David Bossie, who served as former deputy campaign chairman for President Donald Trump, said Wednesday.

"It's just a horrendous crime," Bossie, who lives with his family in the same county and has four children in the school system, told Fox News' "Fox & Friends." "I have a daughter who is a sophomore in high school. I can tell you this story has reverberated around the county and the town."

Attempts are being made to turn Rockville, Md., into a sanctuary city and to designate all of Maryland as a sanctuary state, Bossie said, but Gov. Larry Hogan, R-Md., has "courageously come out and said if this passes the House and Senate in Annapolis, he will veto it."

CNN reported Henry Sanchez-Milian, 18, and Jose Montano, 17, were arrested last week at Rockville High School in Rockville, Md., and charged as adults in connection with the rape.

Immigration and Customs Enforcement has also issued an immigration detainer to hold the two for pending immigration reviews.

White House press secretary Sean Spicer on Tuesday said the victim is an immigrant in the United States legally, but Montgomery County officials said the girl has no immigrant status at all.

"Hopefully, this shakes people up in Montgomery County to understand exactly what's going on and the dangers that some of these people present to the community at large," Bossie said Wednesday.

School officials, though, say the incident does not reflect national issues surrounding immigration.

Bossie said Trump is most concerned about the estimated 820,000 criminals that have been reported among the 11 million people living illegally in the United States.

"Those are the ones that he is saying we need to get out of the country right now immediately," Bossie said. "That's what he has told the Department of Homeland Security to really focus on. This is a perfect example. It is a horrendous thing to have happen to this young lady, and I think the American people once again will wake up to the dangers that are presented."

Several countries have said they will not take back deported immigrants, but Trump will not stand for that, Bossie said.

Bossie also spoke about Trump's push for approval of the American Health Care Act, saying Trump is a leader who campaigned on Obamacare repeal, but it is up to House leadership to bring in their best bill for the president's consideration.

"You have people saying this is not going to bring down premiums, this is not going to allow people to cross state lines," Bossie said.

"When the president has learned that some of these things aren't in the bill over the last several weeks, he has made sure to change them. He is a negotiator, and he is somebody who is willing to make a deal."

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