Despite Trump Order, Mayor Says Syracuse Will Remain A 'Sanctuary City'

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Syracuse Mayor Stephanie A. Miner speaks at the Capitol on Tuesday, Jan. 17, 2017, in Albany, N.Y. (Hans Pennink/AP)

Cities like New York, Oakland and Chicago have declared themselves “sanctuary cities” that won’t cooperate with federal immigration officials. And many mayors say they won’t be intimidated by a promise from President Trump to cut federal grants to those communities.

Here & Now‘s Robin Young talks with Mayor Stephanie Miner (@MayorMinerSYR) of Syracuse, New York, about why her city will remain a sanctuary for immigrants.

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