President Donald Trump has focused on immigration since his genesis as a politician. In his most recent visit to Key West, he discussed immigration, drugs, and explained that human trafficking “is worse than it’s ever been in the history of the world because immigration reform is not being taken seriously. This is why he claims that a border wall between the United States and Mexico will secure people from having to deal with said tragedies.
He detailed that his administration is “committed to securing our borders to reduce crime, illegal drugs, human trafficking.” And, he explained that to do so “We need border protection. We need the wall. We have to have the wall. The Democrats don’t want to approve the wall because they think it’s good politically, but it’s not.”
He also pointed out “sanctuary cities” and how they’re losing popularity among Americans.
He noted that “If you look at what’s happening in California with sanctuary cities — people are really going the opposite way. They don’t want sanctuary cities. There’s a little bit of a revolution going on in California.”
“Sanctuary Cities” have been a polarizing issue since President Trump took office, and he’s made his views against them very clear since beginning his Presidential campaign.