Outrage erupts over what Trump called illegal alien gang members

Trump on immigrant gang members 'These aren't people they're animals'

After referring to them as "snakes", "rapists" and "bad hombres" (to name a few), President Donald Trump once again demonstrated his deep-rooted and hatred for undocumented immigrants by calling them "animals" during a White House meeting on sanctuary cities. Jerry Brown a year ago that bars police from asking people about their immigration status or helping federal agents with immigration enforcement.

The local officials invited for the event took turns praising his immigration policies and lamenting California's law, arguing that it was making it more hard for their communities to find and deport criminals. "These aren't people, they're animals".

Republicans see backlash to the law as a potentially galvanizing issue during the midterm elections, especially with Trump's anti-immigrant base.

"It reiterates that the real thrust of the 10th Amendment and the principles of law in this area is that the federal government can't tell the states or cities how to legislate", Jadwat said.

Brown slammed the president's meeting saying "flying in a dozen Republican politicians to flatter him and praise his reckless policies changes nothing". Oakland Mayor Libby Schaaf has been a staunch supporter of sanctuary laws and in March warned the immigrant community ahead of a large-scale operation by federal immigration authorities.

"A writer for New York Magazine claimed Trump "reserves" the term "'animals' only for brown people".

In a White House meeting that included the attorney general, Jeff Sessions, House the majority leader, Kevin McCarthy, and top officials from the department of homeland security and the U.S. immigration and customs enforcement (Ice), Trump called the California policy "deadly and unconstitutional".

"Mexico does nothing for us, they do nothing for us", he said.

Attorney General Jeff Sessions was at the table, but did not comment.

"There are more people in California than you know that support what you are doing".

The discussion also comes as the Trump administration is under fire for a new policy that is expected to increase the number of children separated from their parents when families cross the border illegally. We have to break up families. because of the Democrats.

But Trump's Wednesday meeting of what he called a "rebellion by patriotic citizens who want their borders", comes to a head in a super-majority Democratic state where some conservative localities have vowed not to comply with sanctuary state laws. 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.

"We have companies moving back into the United States like never before".

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