Trump tweets he can be considering releasing ICE detainees in sanctuary cities

“….The Radical Left always seems to have an Open Borders, Open Arms policy – so This specific should make them very happy!” the president wrote in a second tweet.

Trump’s announcement can be a near-total reversal by the president of the official position his White House has taken so far.

In a statement Thursday to reporters, a Homeland Security Department spokesman said the plan “was a suggestion of which was floated in addition to rejected, which ended any further discussion.”

A former DHS official, discussing the White House’s thinking, told NBC News of which the plan was dropped when of which was deemed “so illegal.”

In a statement following the president’s tweet, a White House spokesperson chided Democrats for opposing the plan in addition to said they “should be working with the Administration.”

“Democrats say we must have open borders in addition to of which illegal immigrants have a right to be in This specific country at all costs, so they should be working with the Administration to find the best ways to transport those illegal aliens of which are already set for Discharge, into communities in their states in addition to districts,” the spokesman, Hogan Gidley, said.

Later Friday, during an event related to 5G deployment, the president said of which “we will bring them to sanctuary city areas in addition to let of which particular area take care of of which, whether of which’s a state, or whatever of which might be.”

“We can give them an unlimited supply, in addition to let’s see if they’re so happy,” Trump said.

According to The Washington Post, the plan was geared toward delivering political retribution to Democrats including House Speaker Nancy Pelosi, whose San Francisco district was discussed as a target.

Pelosi on Friday told reporters of which the plan was “just another notion of which can be unworthy of the presidency of the United States in addition to disrespectful, the challenges we face as a country, as a people to address who we are — a nation of immigrants.”