One of the cities up for consideration appears to be Chicago, with authorities mentioning the city as a point of federal interest, particularly in the wake of a surge in gun violence that saw dozens of shootings over the weekend.

Between Friday and Sunday, at least 48 people were shot in Chicago, including eight fatalities.

In an interview with Fox News host Maria Bartiromo, White House Chief of Staff Mark Meadows said he was working on plans for Chicago and other cities in coordination with Acting Homeland Security Secretary Chad Wolf and Attorney General William Barr.

“You’ll see something rolled out this week as we start to go in and make sure that the communities, whether it’s Chicago, or Portland, or Milwaukee, or someplace across the heartland of the country, we need to make sure our communities are safe,” Meadows said on Sunday Morning Futures.