Trump Threat: 'I Am Thinking About' Pulling ICE out of California

Trump Threat: 'I Am Thinking About' Pulling ICE out of California

Trump Threat: 'I Am Thinking About' Pulling ICE out of California

Trump noted that his administration is "literally getting MS-13 out by the thousands" even though the gang members are "smart", pointing out that they "actually have franchises going to Los Angeles".

The senators took particular issue with an interview by Homan on Fox News in which he said California "better hold on tight" after the sanctuary state law went into effect.

University of California, Davis Law School Dean and immigration expert Kevin Johnson said Trump removing ICE agents would make California's government very happy.

Trump said heavily Democratic California, which gave Hillary Clinton a resounding victory in the 2016 presidential race, was "doing a lousy management job".

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The president said the whole situation is "a disgrace", adding that California willfully protects "horrible criminals" by refusing to cooperate with ICE in many situations. "They would be begging.", Trump said. "And you know what, I'm thinking about doing it".

"The president's obsession with our state is growing more outrageous by the day", said Sen.

Homeland Security did not publicly respond to Trump's threat. "But if they just want to tear apart hardworking mothers and fathers from their children, then we say adios".

California Attorney General Xavier Becerra, a Democrat and frequent Trump critic, didn't directly address the president's comments.

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In January, the Justice Department threatened more than two dozen cities, counties, and states - including California - with subpoenas and cuts in public-safety funds if they refused to prove that they're sharing information about undocumented immigrants.

California politicians and law enforcement officials were quick to hit back at the president, saying Trump does not understand California's approach to tackling crime. What we won't do is change from being focused on public safety. Their lawyers are trying to prevent his deportation to the Dominican Republic. Using scarce ICE resources to punish California and score political points is "an abhorrent abuse of power", they wrote. "We are going to fight this awful rule", the president said.

Trump thinks the state would surely be sorry if he followed through on his threat.

"California is the sixth-largest economy in the world", she said. When we are the center for innovation is ridiculous. We're creating jobs and driving the nation's economy. Violent crime in the Golden State is at historic lows.

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