Donald Trump terms some illegal immigrants 'animals'

President Donald Trump has called for Congress to pass laws that would make it easier to detain and deport more immigrants.&n

Mix emotions after Hanford votes to support resolution against California's sanctuary state law

On Wednesday, President Donald Trump met with Californian leaders who oppose sanctuary state and city laws. Authorities are prohibited from even asking someone about their immigration status.

"We have people coming in to the country, or trying to come in", Mr. Trump told California Republicans visiting the White House, "we are taking people out of the country".

Unsurprisingly, social media users didn't hold back from slamming Trump for dehumanizing immigrants, many of whom risk their lives in search of a safe haven for their families.

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".

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Early on in the meeting, he also suggested to Attorney General Jeff Sessions, who was sitting nearby, that he "look into obstruction of justice" charges against Oakland Mayor Libby Schaaf.

In a meeting with California leaders who oppose their state's sanctuary city laws, the president accused the state of providing 'safe harbor to some of the most vicious and violent offenders on earth'. "These aren't people, they're animals".

Trump was listening to Fresno Sheriff Margaret Mims speak about how California's sanctuary city laws have hamstrung her ability to prosecute illegal aliens and especially risky gang members. Flying in a dozen Republican politicians to flatter him and praise his reckless policies changes nothing. "We, the citizens of the fifth largest economy in the world, are not impressed", Brown wrote.

Trump's chief of staff, John Kelly, said last week that immigrants to the United States were uneducated and unable to assimilate, which the Washington Post's Paul Waldman pointed out was a "canard that has been used against every wave of immigrants from every country throughout our history". We're stopping a lot of them. "They want us as their city council members to uphold the Constitution and work with the USA immigration officials". "The families you're tearing apart are people, just like you".

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Trump has made his disdain for undocumented immigrants one of his key messages since the days of his campaign.

The president also turned his attention to Democrats, blaming them for his administration's recent policy announcement that it would separate parents and children at the border if they enter the country illegally. It's a frightful thing, we have to break up families.

"The court ruled definitively that the federal government can't force states to enforce federal law". The administration is using protocols described in a 2008 law created to combat child trafficking that gave special protections to Central American children at the border.

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