Everything you need to know about Trump's 1st California visit

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Trump is expected to arrive on Tuesday for his first visit to California as president to see the wall's prototypes.

President Trump will travel to the "Sanctuary State" of California Tuesday; visiting the USA border with Mexico and inspecting various prototypes of his proposed wall while meeting with law enforcement officials in San Diego and Los Angeles. A wall along the southwest border would go a long way toward deterring those looking to cross into the US illegally to take advantage of welfare programs, explained Brandon Judd, president of the National Border Patrol Council.

Attorney General Jeff Sessions traveled to Sacramento last week to announce the lawsuit, which challenges three California laws passed a year ago limiting cooperation with federal immigration authorities.

"When you look at what a wall will do in allowing us to apprehend the vast majority of those individuals that are coming across the border, it will cut down on how much the taxpayer burden will be, which then will go straight into funding the wall", Brandon Judd, president of the National Border Patrol Council, told Fox News. McDonnell said so far there are no formal protests but he expects "more spontaneous social media drive" actions.

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"While California may not have - he may not have won that state, there is certainly a lot of support for this president, not just there but across the country", she said. Sessions said the laws, which restrict how local law enforcement can cooperate with federal immigration officials, are unconstitutional and undermine national security.

Officers in the event of trouble will be ready to deploy to potential protest hot spots but will seek to keep a low profile unless needed, officials said. "This will be huge!" wrote the founder of San Diegans for Secure Borders, one of the pro-Trump groups.

"This is what happens with the Democratic Party has zero fear of the Republican Party in a state", said Ron Nehring, a Republican strategist who ran for lieutenant governor in 2014 and was national spokesman for Senator Ted Cruz's 2016 presidential campaign. The president remains unpopular. De Leon, a candidate for U.S. Senate, offered to show Trump parts of California other than Bel Air or Beverly Hills. On some occasions, that lead Obama to fly a helicopter into an open field nearer the venue. In Otay Mesa, Trump will likely tour the eight constructed border wall prototypes for his long-promised border wall. There the county sheriff seeing the potential for clashes between supporters and opponents has had the county institute a ban on a possession of a variety of objects including, rocks, bottles and bats surrounding the area where the president is slated to visit Tuesday morning.

Democrats already have their 2018 sights set on California, targeting seven vulnerable GOP-held seats in the state.

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