Immigration enforcement under President Trump’s administration could face legal action if Sen. Elizabeth Warren, D-Mass., wins the White House in 2020 as she would set up a task force dedicated to investigating complaints against authorities.
Warren outlined in a policy proposal released this week that she would install the new task force in the Justice Department, granting it “independent authority to pursue any substantiated criminal allegations.”
“Let there be no ambiguity on this: if you are violating the basic rights of immigrants, now or in the future, a Warren administration will hold you accountable,” the proposal reads.
The task force would be just one part of her sweeping effort to reform immigration enforcement and tackle the border crisis. It would pursue “accusations of serious violations,” although it’s unclear what that included other than “medical neglect,” physical assault, and sexual assault.
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