President Donald Trump will announce a plan to ban “minimally licensed” escort services, a move that would put the brakes on the rise of some of the most popular services in the state, according to a White House official briefed on the matter.

The official spoke on condition of anonymity to discuss internal deliberations.

“This is going to be a very important policy decision for the president,” the official said.

“It will affect the future of the industry, and we’ll have to get this right.”

The White House did not immediately respond to a request for comment on the administration’s plan.

“The President has a very clear view that the escort industry has no place in America,” the White House press secretary, Sarah Sanders, said in a statement.

“He’s committed to protecting the public’s right to choose safe escorts and believes that the safety and welfare of our families should be paramount.

He is very excited about this new policy, which he hopes will help us protect the American family.”

The Trump administration will also review the industry’s licensing standards and make recommendations to the White Houses top court on how to best protect minors, the official added.

The Trump campaign did not respond to request for more details about the president’s plans.

“We have already made our decision and we will follow through on it,” Sanders said.

The president has also ordered the Department of Homeland Security to work with states to establish “no-fly” lists of people suspected of having illegal immigration-related criminal convictions, the administration official said, speaking on condition that the president not be identified.

The White Houses new guidance comes as a wave of new investigations and prosecutions has focused attention on the escort services.

A recent report from The Associated Press found that more than 100 minors have been arrested since 2016 for alleged criminal activities such as operating an escort service or selling drugs, though many of those cases were dropped or dismissed as part of the investigations.

The AP report said that the surge in arrests comes at a time when many of the more popular escort services have seen a drop in their business and are seeking to find other sources of revenue.

“They are getting caught up in a very dangerous environment right now,” said John F. LaMalfa, a partner at the law firm Jenner & Block in Los Angeles who has been working on the issue for years.

“A lot of the escorts that were operating in the early days of the Internet are having to deal with the fallout.”

The number of arrests related to escort services is up from the roughly 70 arrests in 2016.

But the number of underage girls being arrested has risen, too.

Since 2016, there have been more than 10,000 arrests for operating an unlicensed escort service, the AP reported.

The number is likely to rise as the number and variety of online escort services increases.

The Associated, however, said that many of these underage girls are in fact minors, and some of them have not even reached legal adulthood yet.

The rise in the number has not stopped the White houses crackdown on the industry.

The administration has proposed a new set of laws, including a new federal law requiring businesses that serve underage girls to obtain a license.

The new regulations will be introduced in the coming weeks and will prohibit any business that provides escort services from providing services to anyone younger than 21.

Trump has also called for the creation of a federal task force to examine whether the industry is in compliance with federal law, and has ordered the Justice Department to look into a wide range of enforcement issues.

“There is no place for prostitution in America, period,” Trump said in an April 24 speech at the National Press Club.

“Our country is a place of hope and opportunity and prosperity, and sex work is something that defies the law.

It is a criminal enterprise that defames our society and hurts the very people it purports to serve.”

The administration also has sought to target certain adult escort services with new restrictions, including the creation and expansion of a task force that would include representatives from the White house, the attorney general, the state attorney general and the U.S. attorney for the Northern District of California.