Trump Says Deported Immigrants 'Aren't People. They're Animals.'

Marsha Scott
May 17, 2018

But the clip omits the context: Trump is talking with Fresno County Sheriff Margaret Mims who is complaining that ICE has fewer powers compared to other law enforcement agencies and that this makes it really hard for them to talk to gang members etc.in jail. "And because of the weak laws, they come in fast, we get them, we release them, we get them again, we bring them out, it's insane".

"Mexico does nothing for us". Trump criticized sanctuary cities throughout his rise to the presidency, and it's very likely that he will use today's roundtable to expand on his tough stances on illegal immigration and law enforcement.

"The dumbest laws, as I said before", he added, "the dumbest laws on immigration in the world". "Mexico does nothing for us, they do nothing for us". 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.

Communities are coming out against reckless sanctuary policies and in support of our Federal immigration laws that protect the American people. The measures never received House votes.

As of early May, separating families who cross into the United States from Mexico illegally is now government policy.

Senate Democrats, however, have objected to simply handing Trump all the monies needed to complete the project.

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Also Wednesday, U.S. Interior Secretary Ryan Zinke announced in the two days since his department's law enforcement officers were sent to the southern border, more than a dozen arrests have been made.

"They don't want to see another Kate Steinle [incident]", she said of her constituents. "You wouldn't believe how bad these people are, these aren't people, these are animals and we're taking them out of the country".

The federal anti-gambling law is unconstitutional because "it unequivocally dictates what a state legislature may and may not do", Justice Samuel Alito wrote in his majority opinion. While the bill was authored by Democratic Sen.

President Trump plans to throw more barbs at California on Wednesday afternoon, joined this time at the White House by like-minded officials brought from the state he loves to lambaste as lawless and "out of control".

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

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