President Trump Meets With California Officials On Sanctuary Policies

President Trump Meets With California Officials On Sanctuary Policies

United States President Donald Trump on May 16 hit out at undocumented immigrants, calling them "animals" and stating that they are unsafe people who are trying to come to the country, the New York Times reported. "It's insane", he said.

They were criticising legislation Governor Jerry Brown signed into law past year that bars police from asking people about their immigration status or helping federal agents with immigration enforcement. "We're spending $1.6 billion between building and fixing" the wall, said Mr. Trump. So we're going to take care of it, Margaret.

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The U.S. president made these comments during a round-table discussion with state and local leaders over the sanctuary laws in California that restrict communication between local law enforcement and federal immigration officers. He claimed those laws are forcing "the release of illegal immigrant criminals, drug dealers, gang members and violent predators into your communities" and providing "safe harbour to some of the most vicious and violent offenders on Earth". "Mexico talks but they do nothing for us, especially at the border".

Donald Trump used a White House session to vent his anger at the nation's immigration laws, calling them "the dumbest laws on immigration in the world". "Part of the problem that we have is our economy is so strong that people are pouring up to get into our economy". He said, ' We are taking those people out of the country to a level and taking it out in such a number that never before happened. "They certainly don't help us much on trade". "It's becoming very popular", Mr. Trump said. She, like others, said the president and his policies were far more popular in the state than people realise. The announcement had come a day after Trump said he meant to deploy the National Guard to the US-Mexico border until his administration was able to deliver on his campaign promise to build a wall to bolster security.

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