Published: Tue, March 13, 2018
Worldwide | By Gretchen Simon

President Trump to Inspect Border Wall Prototypes in Calif. Tuesday

President Trump to Inspect Border Wall Prototypes in Calif. Tuesday

"We absolutely want President Trump to feel welcome and to come inspect the prototypes so we can get the wall built", he said.

Trump's visit on Tuesday is scheduled to focus on a review near San Diego of prototypes for his promised border wall, followed by a Beverly Hills fundraiser for the Republican National Committee.

When George W. Bush first set foot in California as President, he reminded the country why the largest state in the union matters, stating: "For decades, California has been the place where the future happens first". This move has increased tensions between the Trump administration and Gov.

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Joining the activists at the park were San Diego city councilwoman Georgette Gomez and Democrat U.S. Rep. Juan Vargas, whose district covers the entire California-Mexico border.

Brown, who has emerged as one of Trump's most prominent antagonists, asked Trump to visit Fresno and Madera, where workers are building bridges and viaducts that will eventually connect Los Angeles and the Bay Area via high-speed rail.

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The president has criticized California's so-called "sanctuary state" policies, and has even floated the idea of removing federal agents as the state continues to obstruct his "America first" agenda.

This morning, Governor Brown sent a letter reading, "After you've examined your wall prototypes on the border, I invite you to head north to the Central Valley - the heart of California".

Trump's arrival will come just days after his Justice Department sued to block state laws created to protect people living in the USA illegally.

President Harry S. Truman certainly recognized this when he used his first trip to California as President to witness the signing of the charter establishing the United Nations in San Francisco on June 26, 1945. Brown likened it to "an act of war".

The Los Angeles Police Department warned residents of prolonged protests and demonstrations during the presidential visit Monday; adding they're "prepared for anything".

Brown cited Trump's complaints that the nation does not have the same kind of high-speed rail lines as countries like Japan and China.

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