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How Trump Proposes to Help Victims of Crimes by Illegal Immigrants

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By Josh Siegel / /at The Daily Signal.

Josh Siegel is the news editor for The Daily Signal.

Jamiel Shaw Sr., whose son, a high school football star, was killed in 2008 by a gang member in the country illegally, receives recognition during President Trump’s Feb. 28 address to Congress. (Photo: Chris Kleponis/dpa /picture-alliance/Newscom)

With family members of three Americans killed by illegal immigrants looking on, President Donald Trump on Tuesday night used his address to Congress to bring attention to his plan for an office to help victims of crimes committed by those not authorized to be in the country.

“I have ordered the Department of Homeland Security to create an office to serve American victims,” Trump said in his speech. “The office is called VOICE—Victims of Immigration Crime Engagement. We are providing a voice to those who have been ignored by our media, and silenced by special interests.”

The mention brought audible groans and murmurs from some, apparently Democrats, in the House chamber.

Trump mandated creation of the office as part of an executive order he signed Jan. 25.

But by using part of his prime-time address to highlight this little-known part of the executive order, Trump sent a message as his administration implements a series of tough immigration enforcement measures.

“The idea is to have an office that will assist and advocate for people who have been victims or family members victimized by criminal immigrants,”

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