sacramento/los angeles - Prominent leaders in California parliament have angrily reacted to the presidential decree of Donald Trump to build a high wall to begin along the border with Mexico.
Democratic leaders have argued, according to The Los Angeles Times that they will use their majority in California to raise a legal wall against trumps physical wall.
The Chair of the California Senate, Kevin de Leon, called the anti-migration planning Trump 'malicious and hateful. '
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Nearly 16 percent of Americans live in California. More than a quarter of Californians (27 percent) were born outside the US, which is twice as much as the US average. The state has forty million people the vast majority of people. More than fourteen million people cast their votes in presidential elections in November. Trump was in California 31.5 percent, Democrats Hillary Clinton 61.5 percent.
Preparation will begin right away, the president said Wednesday signed the regulation. 'A country without borders is not a country '