On Tuesday, the House Judiciary Committee will hold a hearing to discuss the Trump administration’s immigration crackdown.
It’s the second hearing on the Trump immigration order in the past week, following a Thursday hearing with Attorney General Jeff Sessions.
Sessions is set to testify in the Judiciary Committee hearing.
In the weeks since President Trump’s executive order, which was first announced last week, several high-profile Republicans have expressed their support for the crackdown.
House Speaker Paul Ryan (R-WI) said that his Republican colleagues are “not opposed to it” and that he was confident that the House would pass the legislation.
The Republican leader added that his members “will not be cowed by the White House’s attempts to undermine the rule of law, or their attempts to undercut the rule-of-law enforcement.
We will stand up for the rule.”
The House Judiciary panel will hold the hearing on Tuesday to discuss Trump’s immigration order.