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Trump Calls Some Immigrants 'Animals' in Roundtable

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Trump Calls Some Immigrants 'Animals' in Roundtable

Trump Calls Some Immigrants 'Animals' in Roundtable

President Trump met with California leaders who oppose the state's sanctuary policies on Wednesday.


Trump Calls Some Immigrants 'Animals' in Roundtable

On Wednesday, President Donald Trump met with Californian leaders who oppose sanctuary state and city laws.

And Trump didn't hold back his disdain for the policies that he says protect criminals.

"California's law provides safe harbor to some of the most vicious and violent offenders on Earth, like MS-13 gang members, putting innocent men, women, and children at the mercy of these sadistic criminals,"  Trump said .

"But we're taking people out of the country.

You wouldn't believe how bad these people are.

These aren't people.

These are animals," Trump said.  Trump has talked tough on immigration before, especially on immigrants accused of committing crimes.

But  some outlets  noted Wednesday's rhetoric seemed  especially harsh .

Beyond immigrants themselves, Trump also took shots at Mexico and  Oakland Mayor Libby Schaaf .

"Mexico does nothing for us.

They do nothing for us.

... Mexico talks, but they do nothing for us, especially at the border," Trump said.

"I mean, you talk about obstruction of justice; I would recommend that you look into obstruction of justice for the mayor of Oakland, California, Jeff.

She advises a thousand people.

They told, 'Get out of here, the law enforcement is coming,'" Trump said.

The Trump administration is currently  suing the state  of California over its sanctuary immigration laws. 

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