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President Trump to discuss sanctuary laws with California leaders

President Trump to discuss sanctuary laws with California leaders

The Huffington Post's catchy headline read: "Trump Refers To Immigrants As 'Animals.' Again". And because of the weak laws, the come in fast, we get them, we release them, we get them again, we bring them out: it's insane.

The Democratic governor added: "Flying in a dozen Republican politicians to flatter him and praise his reckless policies changes nothing".

Trump lashed out in particular at the Los Angeles Police Department, saying the agency in January "arrested an illegal immigrant from Mexico for drug possession". "They don't want to do anything about it", said Trump, ignoring that sanctuary cities tend to be safer than others. "We, the citizens of the fifth largest economy in the world, are not impressed". For the president, cracking down on legal and illegal immigration is the core of his politics; for many Californians, its diversity and openness to immigrants is seen as central to the state's identity and appeal.

Trump has clashed with the liberal state repeatedly about myriad issues environmental regulations, budget policies and minority rights - yet the most divisive has been the disagreement over immigration enforcement.

Senate Democrats, however, have objected to simply handing Trump all the monies needed to complete the project. We have to break up families ... because of the Democrats.

Cox said Trump is "absolutely right, the first role of government is to protect its people" and said Newsom and Brown "have failed miserably". The administration is using protocols described in a 2008 law created to combat child trafficking that gave special protections to Central American children at the border.

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"If you are smuggling a child, then we will prosecute you and that child will be separated from you as required by law", Sessions said. That would mean he will demand both chambers approve up to $25 billion for the U.S. -Mexico border barrier, a figure pitched earlier this year by senior White House officials.

"We have companies moving back into the United States like never before".

Trump also told Nielsen that she was "doing a good job", one week after berating her during a cabinet meeting for failing to halt border crossings.

Trump was hosting the California Sanctuary State Roundtable, when he asked State Assemblywoman Melissa Melendez (R) to offer remarks.

Fresno county republican party chairman says this anti-sanctuary wave is only the beginning.