At a White House roundtable on Wednesday, the man who launched his presidential gambit by labeling Mexicans "rapists" and calling for a massive wall along the southern border expressed his frustration with California's so-called sanctuary laws in equally venomous terms.
"I do want to say to be fair to Trump he was referring to gang members MS-13 and not just undocumented immigrants. But it doesn't work here, the fact is he was asked about MS-13, he referred to them as 'animals.' Open and shut, there's nothing more to this", Coglianese said.
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Wilson and Brazendeh were heading to lunch and discussing the Amber Alert case when they spotted Hafsa inside the vehicle. She was unconscious while being treated in the hospital, and underwent intubation to help administer medication.
Last month Pena Nieto also ordered a sweeping review of Mexico's cooperation with the U.S., including in the vital areas of security and trade, after Trump ordered thousands of National Guard troops to the border following media reports on a caravan of Central American migrants crossing Mexico toward the United States. She added that thought "the term animal doesn't go far enough".
Daily Beast reporter Asawin Suebsaeng conceded the industry-wide "mistake" - but blamed "Trump's past racist comments & policy" for the "misconstrued" statement. "So I'm actually surprised that you're asking this question 'cause most people got it right", he said.
Shortly after Trump's comments spread, Brown took to Twitter to accuse the president of "lying on immigration, lying about crime and lying about the laws of CA". "Frankly, I don't think the term that the president used was strong enough". In a nationally televised speech, Trump pointed to the pair of grieving parents to condemn the actions of the MS-13 members charged with killing the teens, promising that he would "make sure that other families never have to endure this pain".
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Members also deliberated on whether Justice Joseph would lose his seniority if his name was clubbed with the others. Justice Chelameswar retires on June 22, but the Supreme Court goes on holiday from May 21 and reopens on July 2.
Some of those who heard Trump's remarks inferred that he was alluding to all undocumented immigrants, not specifically gang members, an interpretation the White House rejects. "MS-13 has done heinous acts", she continued.
The White House asserted that Trump's use of the word "animals" against the MS-13 gang members was "the least that describes them". This one, though, might be less about the President Donald Trump's words or deeds and more about our collective assumption that when in doubt, he has done or said something wrong. It took an animal to beat a woman they were sex-trafficking with a bat 28 times indenting part of her body. A WLJA report from February of this year described an MS-13 leader who pimped out a number of underage girls from different states.
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In 2017, lawmakers discussed adding some limits and more specific definitions to fantasy sports games, but that bill went nowhere. The pro-gambling side cited the Tenth Amendment as its main argument, while the anti-gambling side cited the supremacy clause.