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Milwaukee County, Wis. Sheriff David Clarke Jr. sounded off on changes he expected to see in immigration policy after President-elect Donald Trump takes office in January.

"We're going to be a sovereign nation and we're going to enforce our borders, or we're not," Clarke said.

Clarke objected to governments of some large cities endorsing "sanctuary city" policies, meaning they will not cooperate with federal immigration authorities.

He noted that federal code provides for criminal sanctions for people who provide safe havens for illegal immigrants.

Lt. Col. Allen West [Ret.] agreed that Trump's administration should "cease" federal funding to such cities, which include Philadelphia, New York, Newark, Chicago and San Francisco.

Hannity suggested that Clarke be named the next director of the Immigration & Customs Enforcement agency.

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