President Trump decrys sanctuary laws with California leaders

President Trump decrys sanctuary laws with California leaders

During Wednesday's session, Trump thanked the officials, saying they had "bravely resisted California's deadly and unconstitutional sanctuary state laws".

"Mexico does nothing for us".

US President Donald Trump blamed the influx of illegal immigrants in the US on the country's "dumbest laws".

House Majority Leader Kevin McCarthy, R-Calif., issued the warning, said a second person who was in the room and spoke on condition of anonymity to describe the private conversation.

"California is fully within its rights to limit the use of our local resources to fuel Trump's deportation machine, which routinely flouts constitutional rights and tears families apart", ACLU Immigrants' Rights Policy attorney Maria Romani said.

President Donald Trump on Wednesday said some undocumented immigrants "aren't people" but "animals" who will be taken out of the country "at a rate that's never happened before". "I think the entire Trump views on immigration is heartless", the former presidential candidate said.

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President Trump inspired a new round of online outrage with comments he made at a White House roundtable comparing illegal alien gang members to "animals". "In the immigration context, this means it can't require state or local officials to cooperate with federal immigration authorities", said Ilya Shapiro, a senior fellow in constitutional studies at the libertarian Cato Institute. So we're gonna take care of it Margaret, we'll get it done.

"California's law provides safe harbor to some of the most vicious and violent offenders on Earth, like MS-13 gang members, putting innocent men, women, and children at the mercy of these sadistic criminals", Trump said. "Part of the problem that we have is our economy is so strong that people are pouring up to get into our economy". "They don't want another Kate Steinle".

"The concept (of sanctuary laws) that we are even talking about is so ridiculous, " the president said. "But we want people based on merit". "They want us as their city council members to uphold the Constitution and work with the USA immigration officials". California Democratic lawmakers have vowed to push back and are hoping his unpopularity in the state will help in their effort to win control of Congress.

Last month, Trump signed an executive order directing the deployment of military along the US-Mexico border to fight illegal immigration, asserting that the situation had reached "a point of crisis".

"MS-13, we're grabbing them by the thousands and we're getting them out", Trump said. While multiple localities in the state have said they will opt out of the sanctuary policy, the laws are broadly popular in the state, with support from more than 50% of residents, according to polling.

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