President Trump Issues Executive Order on Immigration

Dallas, TX – On Monday, President Donald Trump issued an Executive Order calling for a halt on immigration, Chairman Phillip Huffines of the Dallas County Republican Party had this to say:

“President Trump promised two things while campaigning: to put Americans first and to secure our borders. This Executive Order takes a great step in accomplishing this,” said Chairman Huffines. “This temporary halt on immigration from countries known to be terrorist hot-beds gives our government time to effectively do its job and vet immigrants. For too long the safety of Americans has taken a backseat to a policy of appeasement.”

President Donald Trump Executive Order calls for a moratorium on travel from six countries: Iran, Libya, Somalia, Sudan, Syria, and Yemen. This moratorium puts a 90-day hold on the issuance of visas to citizens from the countries in order to reform the vetting process.

Donald Trump, Jr. to Speak at Reagan Day Dinner

Dallas, TX – Chairman Phillip Huffines of the Dallas County Republican Party announces surprise guest speakers at the DCRP 2017 Reagan Day Dinner:

“I am thrilled to announce Donald Trump, Jr. and Senator Ted Cruz as the surprise guest speakers for the 2017 Reagan Day Dinner! These two incredible figures are certain to provide keen insight to the historical presidential election,” said Chairman Huffines. “This is a rare opportunity, you won’t want to miss it!”

The DCRP Reagan Day Dinner will be held on March 11th at the Omni Dallas Hotel starting at 7:00 PM. For more information on the 2017 Reagan Day Dinner, please visit our website at

Commissioners Court Votes Against Texas Values

Dallas, TX – Chairman Phillip Huffines of the Dallas County Republican Party had this to say in response to the Dallas County Commissioners Court vote yesterday:

“I am disappointed in the liberal Dallas County Commissioners Court who placed their personal agenda ahead of Dallas County residents when they voted ‘yes’ on a resolution painting Dallas County as a sanctuary county. It is reckless to support open borders for illegal immigrants whilst ceasing Dallas County’s cooperation with I.C.E.,” said Chairman Phillip Huffines.

Yesterday, the Dallas County Commissioners Court voted to “end nonessential collaborations” with Federal Immigration and Customs Enforcement. This could cause funding from both the state and federal level to cease.

Chairman Huffines On President Trump’s Immigration Hold

Chairman Phillip Huffines of the Dallas County Republican Party released the following statement regarding President Trump’s immigration hold:

“President Donald Trump is doing exactly what he promised; protecting our Country and its citizens and securing our border. The Obama Administration should have been protecting our country for the last eight years, but they failed. The liberal media and Democrats have chosen to, once again, misrepresent what the Executive Order seeks to accomplish. This is not a ban, it is a temporary delay. This delay gives the Federal Government time to effectively perform its job to vet individuals from countries that are a hotbed for terrorist activities,” said Chairman Phillip Huffines of the Dallas County Republican Party. “Only reporters and out of touch liberal Democrats are shocked that President Trump did something that he promised for the past two years. This outrage is senseless and due to a lack of information.”

President-elect Trump Takes the White House

Dallas, TX – Phillip Huffines, Chairman of the Dallas County Republican Party, issued the following statement preceding President-elect Donald Trump’s inaugural address:

“Tomorrow, thousands of Americans will gather in our nation’s capital to hear President-elect Donald Trump address the nation as our new Commander in Chief. His address will undoubtedly establish the foundation for American prosperity we will see throughout his Presidency.

“President-elect Trump’s inauguration demonstrates America’s desire for a proactive leader, and its rejection of the Democrats’ failed policies the past eight years. It also marks the culmination of the hard work by so many Americans who felt they had been neglected by Washington.

“Our country has seen incredible division under the Obama Administration. Now, we have the opportunity to unite behind our new President and work together to forge a brighter future so we can Make America Great Again!

“President-elect Trump’s administration will create economic prosperity, not just for Dallas County, but for Texans everywhere.

“These are truly exciting times, we have much to look forward to as we move into future.”

Dallas Delegation Ready For Texas’ 85th Legislative Session

Today, Texas’ 85th Legislative Session convenes in Austin, TX. The experienced Dallas County Republican delegation is already hard at work reviewing hundreds of prospective bills.

“Texas’ 85th Legislative Session is likely to result in many bills that directly affect the success of Dallas County. We are grateful for the strong team of Dallas Republican legislators who fight for our county during the demanding legislative session,” said Phillip Huffines, Chairman of the Dallas County Republican Party. “They know what it takes to make Dallas County prosperous. I have no doubt they will tackle the most difficult issues this session with acumen and vigor.”

Dallas County is returning its skilled legislators to both the Texas House and Senate. They have vowed to tackle issues such as school choice, ethics reform, and the budget, among many others.

Faith Johnson Appointed Dallas District Attorney

Dallas, TX – Governor Greg Abbott has appointed former State District Judge, Faith Simmons Johnson, to be Dallas County’s new District Attorney. Johnson was one of 11 applicants to be considered for the position.

“I first would like to congratulate Mrs. Johnson on her appointment. Her appointment is not just a win for herself, but for all of Dallas County,” said Phillip Huffines, Chairman of the Dallas County Republican Party. “Her 17 years as a State District Judge proves she has the experience needed to succeed as the new Dallas County District Attorney. I know she will be an invaluable resource for our County Judges to help them effectively manage their dockets.”

Johnson has spent the last decade managing her own firm, which practices civil,criminal probate, federal and family law. Johnson will replace Susan Hawk, who resigned in September citing health issues.