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>> President Donald Trump landing in the state he loves to antagonize in his first trip to California since moving into the White House. His first stop, the border to inspect prototypes for his long promised wall, and take another jab at California and its Governor Jerry Brown.>> I think the governor's doing a terrible job running the state of California.
Hey, I have property in California, I will say. I don't think too much about my property anymore, but I have great property in California. The taxes are way, way out of whack.>> From offshore drilling, to climate change, to taxes and Dreamers, California and Trump have clashed on almost every issue that impacts the state, but immigration has been particularly contentious.
Plenty of Trump supporters came out to rally.>> Build the wall! Build that wall!>> While others marched against Trump's immigration policies. And on the other side of the wall, in Tijuana, Mexico, locals mocked Trump, and called him loco for thinking that spending billions of dollars on barriers would stop those determined to escape Mexico.
Trump has asked Congress for $18 billion to build the wall. But the funding is held up in controversy over a host of immigration restrictions he and Republicans have proposed.>> California's sanctuary policy has put the entire nation at risk. They're the best friend of the criminal. The Trump administration last week sued the state to stop policies that protect undocumented immigrants against deportation.
Despite Trump's criticism of California, it's enjoyed strong economic growth in recent years. And as the state leaders often point out, it's the sixth largest economy in the world, and the economic engine of the nation.