Complaining that California was not complying with his hardline position on migrants, Trump warned he could cut vital help from Washington and prompt a crime wave. Homan said the argument that sanctuary cities protect the immigrant community "could not be further from the truth". The Justice Department last month demanded that nearly two dozen cities, counties and states - from New York City to California - prove that they're sharing information about people in the country illegally or risk subpoenas and cuts in public-safety grants.
"Frankly it's a disgrace, the sanctuary city situation", he said, warning that without ICE and the Border Patrol, California "would see crime like no one's ever seen".
Trump has repeatedly equated migrants with criminals, and made hardline migration policies a central plank of his political platform.
"If we ever pulled our ICE out, and we ever said, 'Hey, let California alone, let them figure it out for themselves, ' in two months they'd be begging for us to come back", Trump said.
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State Attorney General Xavier Becerra echoed those remarks. In addition to the sanctuary state law, Sacramento has passed a slate of bills aimed at protecting illegal immigrants and their children from the administration's tougher enforcement of immigration laws. "We don't go into neighborhoods, knocking on a bunch of doors, looking for people that are different than us". What we won't do is change from being focused on public safety.
Immigration and Customs Enforcement backed out of an annual appearance at Rutgers University's career fair this week amid backlash from students. "We're in the business of public safety, not deportation". This is a so-called sanctuary state that limits local police with ICE. "We do our job Mr. President, you do yours".
Sen. Dianne Feinstein, D-California, said Trump's "obsession with our state is growing more outrageous by the day". When we are the center for innovation is ridiculous. We're creating jobs and driving the nation's economy. "The president's attacks are not only mean-spirited, they're patently false".