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There have been numerous reports in recent months of people who have been detained and deported after living in the US for years. California has managed well enough on its own when it comes to immigration policy.

President Trump at the White House meeting on Thursday. You would see crime like no one's ever seen in this country.

"This Administration has continually put a target on California's back and we won't be bullied", Sen. They are doing a lousy management job. "The sanctuary city situation", Trump told a gathering of his Cabinet members, state and local officials.

University of California, Davis Law School Dean and immigration expert Kevin Johnson said Trump removing ICE agents would make California's government very happy. They would be begging. "And you know what, I am thinking about doing it".

The National ICE Council, the union representing detention officers and an early supporter of Trump's presidential bid, didn't immediately respond to a request for comment.

Homan said if Feinstein and Harris are anxious about his "scarce resources", then they should direct local officials to cooperate when criminal aliens are in detention at county jails.

State Attorney General Xavier Becerra echoed those remarks.

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"Our state laws work in concert with federal laws".

ICE said a majority of the people arrested during the operation already had criminal records: indecency with a child, assault, deadly conduct, aggravated assault with a deadly weapon, drug possession, drug trafficking, burglary, resisting arrest, firearms' offense, alien smuggling, illegally entering the USA and driving under the influence. "We don't go into neighborhoods, knocking on a bunch of doors, looking for people that are different than us".

Defenders contend these practices improve public safety by promoting trust among law enforcement and immigrant communities, and set aside scarce police resources for other, more urgent crime-fighting needs. "We're in the business of public safety, not deportation".

He said by failing to keep criminal aliens in custody, state and local officials are making it more risky for ICE agents, who then have to go looking for the offenders. "Mr. President, we'd welcome an ICE-free California".

"California is the sixth-largest economy in the world", she said. When we are the center for innovation is ridiculous. At the same time, the state's murder rate keeps falling and crime is at a historic low.

"President Trump today renewed his attacks on California with more insults and threats".


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