Gov. Jerry Brown is inviting President Donald Trump to come to California's Central Valley while he is in the state to view border wall prototypes this week. California has filed over two dozen lawsuits against the Trump administration, and the state's dominant Democratic Party has become more and more left-wing as it has become more and more rabidly anti-Trump.
According to Trump, Peña Nieto said: "Mr. President, I would like you to make a statement that Mexico will not pay for the wall", to which Trump replied: "Are you insane?"
"I mean, frankly, if I wanted to pull our people from California, you would have a crying mess like you've never seen in California", Trump said weeks ago, warning there would be "crime like nobody has ever seen crime in this country". "And that's more than just a figure of speech", Brown wrote.More news: WWW inventor says the Web is "under threat"
A spokesperson for the White House did not answer questions about whether the president would accept the invitation. The group has been active in protesting Trump's policies. "It's not wise, it's not right, and it will not stand", Brown said.
But that's not to say Trump hasn't paid attention to California, where he won a smaller vote share than any Republican presidential nominee in history.
"Well Mr. President, in California we are trying to fix that".More news: Nagaland: Former CM Zeliang under NIA radar in extortion case
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.
Vargas told reporters "Trump is not welcome here!"
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".More news: PLANET ALPHA Is Coming To All Major Systems Thanks To Team17
Mexican Foreign Minister Luis Videgaray said late Saturday that Mexico will not pay for the wall, despite Trump's repeated insistence that the Mexican government do so.
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