(Bloomberg) -- President Donald Trump delayed the planned signing of a directive on cybersecurity Tuesday afternoon as White House staff stepped up attention to legal challenges against his executive orders on immigration.
Administration discussions of a lawsuit San Francisco officials filed challenging a Trump order to withhold funds from so-called sanctuary cities complicated the president’s schedule on a busy day in which he also plans to announce his Supreme Court nominee, a White House aide said. Critics dubbed as sanctuary cities those municipalities that have adopted a policy of protecting undocumented immigrants by not prosecuting them for violating federal immigration laws.
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