Trump visits California first time as president

Trump visits California first time as president

Trump visits California first time as president

We'll call it 'the space force'.

He said he had seen estimates that the "intolerably high" illegal immigration costs came to $100 billion a year in terms of drugs, crime, education and social services. "No wall!" near the San Ysidro border crossing, where tens of thousands of people enter the United States daily from Tijuana, Mexico - many on their way to work or school in San Diego. Gonzalez holds Mexican and USA citizenship.

Following the president's tour of the wall designs, he will deliver remarks to troops stationed at Marine Corps Air Station Miramar.

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"We will see whether or not it happens", Trump said. Trump has agreed to meet with North Korean leader Kim Jong Un this spring. He predicts that "very soon we're going to Mars" and adds that "you wouldn't be going to Mars" if his opponent, Hillary Clinton, had won the 2016 election. Jerry Brown. He says Brown is a "nice guy" but "has not done the job". "It is devastating communities well within the interior of the United States".

UPDATED 12:50 p.m. He asked which of the models are the hardest to climb. However, he also noted part of the wall should be transparent.

"But he believes that whatever wall they choose needs to be see-through, he says".

The border wall prototypes were built by six companies chosen to create eight versions of what the finished product may look like.

A supporter of President Donald Trump walks by during a rally for the president's visit, March 13, 2018, in San Diego. His visit is only expected to last one night.

This isn't Trump's first trip to a border location. "It just makes me sad to see it". Rodney Scott, the Border Patrol's San Diego sector chief, helps the president hold the illustration.

California was designated a "sanctuary state" by Gov.

"We know the Trump administration is full of liars". The Justice Department recently sued over state laws that limit cooperation with immigration authorities, which state officials have harshly criticized.

He'll also address U.S. military personnel stationed near the border and attend the fundraiser in Los Angeles.

Mr Trump brought a tough message on immigration to California during his first visit as president to the heavily Democratic state.

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"We're going to the wall".

Brown has an approval rating of 62 percent in California, while Trump has a 30 percent approval rating, according to a poll from the nonpartisan Public Policy Institute of California cited by Politico last month. California is "focusing on bridges, not walls", the governor wrote. Thomas Homan, U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement's acting director, singled out Brown, Sen.

Trump didn't try to warm relations while on the ground in California.

"California's sanctuary policies are illegal and unconstitutional and put the safety and security of our entire nation at risk". Thousands of unsafe & violent criminal aliens are released as a result of sanctuary policies, set free to prey on innocent Americans.

Trump has not yet received funding for the envisioned wall.

An angry mob of Trump supporters desecrated a Mexican flag that fell off a auto in San Diego, KTLA reports. On the Mexican side, federal and state police stood by. Semitrucks were parked in between the row of prototypes and the border, blocking the view from Mexico.

Activists for and against the president's plan demonstrated near the site. Standing in front of murals of Mexican revolutionaries and other Latin American icons, they chanted, "We reject your hate!" We need it for the gangs. Although exact routes are never released for security reasons, police in the past have released lists of areas that motorists should avoid, but no such list has been released for Trump's visit. He traveled to Laredo - one of Texas' safest cities - weeks after declaring his candidacy. But, he said, "I have to do it".

"It's not good", said Mauricio Villegas, 37, glancing toward the fence and prototype walls as he passed through on his way to a job at a veterinary office. "In one year we did more damage to ISIS than other administrations, a certain other administration, did in many years", he said.

"We will build a wall, we have to build a wall. Rather than allowing the border to divide us, we're building bridges that connect us".

Trump went on to view more of the prototypes, before stopping once again to discuss the new structures.

Standing beside the prototypes, as USA border patrol agents rode nearby on horseback, Trump discussed the merits of various designs with border officials, his chief of staff John Kelly and Homeland Security Secretary Kirstjen Nielsen.

"People are going to continue to pursue a better life".

Trump also didn't miss a chance to trash Brown.

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