KELLYANNE: Schumer, Others Owe Trump 'An Apology' Over MS-13 Remarks

Posted May 18, 2018

"Trump referred to those crossing USA border illegally as "animals" and slammed California sanctuary state laws as 'deadly, '" a now-deleted tweet from the Associated Press read.

The Associated Press tweeted that it had "deleted a tweet from late Wednesday on Trump's "animals" comment about immigrants because it wasn't made clear that he was speaking after a comment about gang members".

The local officials invited for the event took turns praising his immigration policies and lamenting California's law, arguing that it was making it more hard for their communities to find and deport criminals.

While railing against California for its so-called sanctuary immigration policies, US President Donald Trump referred to some people who cross the border illegally as "animals" - drawing a sharp rebuke from Democratic leaders for the harsh rhetoric.

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Mexico's foreign ministry sent a formal diplomatic letter to the U.S. state department complaining that Trump's comments were "absolutely unacceptable".

"When all of our great-great-grandparents came to America they weren't 'animals, ' and these people aren't either", Senate Minority Leader Chuck Schumer tweeted. He exhorted his administration to "do much better" in keeping out undesirable people, including members of transnational gangs like MS-13.

The spokesperson rattled off a list of "heinous acts" committed by the gang, including rape, beating a woman with a baseball bat and killing and decapitating a man. During the same event, Trump called members of MS-13 and other undocumented immigrants who are deported for committing crimes "animals". "Frankly, I think the term animal doesn't go far enough, and I think that the President should continue to use his platform and everything he can do under the law to stop these types of awful, horrible disgusting people". With Trump in power, the machinery of government has once again been tuned to mete out disproportionate punishment to the wrong sorts of people-the Justice Department has ended programs scrutinizing local police forces; visa applications from Muslim countries have plummeted; deportations of non-criminal aliens has skyrocketed. "Frankly, I think that the term "animal" doesn't go far enough", Sanders said.

They were criticising legislation Govenor Jerry Brown signed into law past year that bars police from asking people about their immigration status or helping federal agents with immigration enforcement.

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"I'm referring and you know I'm referring to the MS-13 gangs that are coming in". But the Trump administration has sued to reverse it, calling the policies unconstitutional and unsafe.

Trump also blamed the US' "dumbest laws" for the influx of illegal immigrants in the country.

"Trump is lying on immigration, lying about crime and lying about the laws of California". She's right. MS-13's motto is "mata, viola, controla", or "kill, rape, control". "The Democrats gave us that law".

Mexican President Enrique Pena Nieto has twice cancelled plans to visit Washington over Trump's ongoing insistence that Mexico pay for the wall.

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