Chief patrol agent on proposed border wall

There are some people in California, as well as across the US, who are willing to break the law to keep undocumented immigrants hidden. While the frenetic activity, policy shifts and personnel changes sometime seem chaotic, these recent changes, though sudden, appeared orderly by comparison.

Air Force One landed at a marine corps air station in Miramar, outside San Diego, the Guardian reported.

Authorities held protesters in the bay blocks away from the survey site where Trump looked at a series of potential walls, but they could not stop demonstrators in Mexico from shouting their opposition from across the border.

Having yet to secure funding from Congress for a wall, Trump said he liked that the better versions he saw also weren't the most expensive.

Trump told reporters after landing that he was putting himself "in great danger" by coming to the border.

Hiding her identity, she said, "I grew up in the time where the Holocaust was not so far behind me". In the earlier days, dozens of people would gather just south of the border and simply rush across on a daily basis.

"They are the proof that it's possible to get through".

San Diego's City Council previous year passed a resolution opposing Trump's proposed wall. "Sanctuary cities where criminals are living in the sanctuary city", Trump said. "This is life. This is the facts of life".

"If you didn't have walls over here, you wouldn't even have a country", he said.

"In many cases criminals", Trump said. Both countries recognize the need to stem the cross-border flow of illegal weapons, drugs, people, and cash. "We're getting it like we've never had it before. But people are always looking for a way to get over - out of necessity, not because we want to". While the Constitution gives the federal government the primary responsibility to enforce immigration laws, it also provides state and local governments with broad power to regulate their local public-safety work, so long as they do not reach into areas under the control of the federal government.

We can stand simultaneously with law enforcement and our immigrant communities.

Last week, Brown accused the Trump administration of "basically going to war against the state" over the announcement of a lawsuit that aims to compel California to cooperate with Trump's agenda of stepped-up immigrant deportations.

The president was scheduled to attend a fundraiser in the Los Angeles area later Tuesday to benefit the Republican National Committee. Duncan Hunter, R-Alpine, and his predecessor and father.

Former Congressman Duncan Hunter, Sr., helped put the double fence back in the 1990's. Trump has frequently been the target of strongly worded messages projected onto the Washington, D.C., hotel bearing his name. "If you want to be neighbors", he says, "we're supposed to love one another". Kevin Faulconer said a popular cross-border airport terminal connecting San Diego and Tijuana shows that "building bridges has worked wonders". There's a lot of problems in Mexico, they have the cartels. "Movements like this, and other issues including the gender wage gap and protecting women's access to health care, remind us that there is still so much to be done in the fight for equality".

The reality is Trump's brand of xenophobia is toxic to what little is left of the Republican Party in California.

  • Leroy Wright