President Trump will travel to the "Sanctuary State" of California Tuesday; visiting the U.S. border with Mexico and inspecting various prototypes of his proposed wall while meeting with law enforcement officials in San Diego and Los Angeles.
Joining the activists at the park were San Diego city councilwoman Georgette Gomez and Republican Juan Vargas, whose district covers the entire California-Mexico border.
The visit comes amid growing tensions between the administration and state over immigration enforcement. Dianne Feinstein and House Minority Leader Nancy Pelosi on Monday for recent criticism of a spate of immigration arrests in the state and a federal lawsuit challenging state laws that limit cooperation on immigration. A women's rights group, Women's Right San Diego, will also be there. They hate armed guards, but they walk around with people with guns. "We don't have the wall, we're never going to solve this problem..."
"In the call on February 20, (Peña Nieto) strongly reiterated what all Mexicans have always said: we will never pay, in any form, for a wall on theborder", Videgaray posted on Twitter. He's also sued to prevent construction of the border wall.
We'll continue to follow what will likely be continuing confrontations between Trump and California. The mayor's office said Faulconer has been clear in his opposition to walls along the border but he did not want to blacklist companies involved in the construction of the prototypes. He said his organization respects free speech and hopes Tuesday's rally will be safe for participants.
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Trump is scheduled to fly into Marine Corps Air Station Miramar in San Diego County at 11:30 a.m. Tuesday, then head to Otay Mesa to view the 30-foot-tall border wall prototypes that have been erected there.
If Trump's proposed $18-billion border wall curbed illegal border crossings by just 12 percent over the next decade, the structure would pay for itself through fiscal savings from welfare, public education, and tax refunds given to illegal immigrants from Mexico and Central America, reports by the Center for Immigration Studies show. "So, you can be sure I'm going to use every power I have to stop them", Sessions said in Sacramento.
Brown last week accused the Trump administration of being "at war" with California following its filing of a lawsuit against the state targeting its so-called "sanctuary city" laws meant to protect undocumented immigrants. But who is in the running and, if Donald Trump is re-elected in 2020, would Californians consider seceding from the United States?
Brown, who has emerged as one of Trump's most prominent antagonists, asked Trump to visit Fresno and Madera, where workers are building bridges and viaducts that will eventually connect Los Angeles and the Bay Area via high-speed rail.