President Trump coming to California this week

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Donald Trump's Los Angeles Visit Short On Details, Long On Traffic Snarls, Protests

The letter was sent a day before the president was scheduled to travel to California to see border wall prototypes in San Diego, then attend a fundraiser in Los Angeles.

Brown extended the invitation Monday in a letter saying the president should see the state's high-speed rail construction project.

The project, however, provides a potential opportunity for cooperation between Democrat Brown and Republican Trump, who has publicly expressed his admiration for high-speed rail lines in other countries. He is the first sitting president since Eisenhower not to visit California, the world's sixth largest economy, during their first year in office.

President Trump will travel to the "Sanctuary State" of California Tuesday; visiting the U.S. border with Mexico and inspecting various prototypes of his proposed wall while meeting with law enforcement officials in San Diego and Los Angeles.

Brown noted that President Harry Truman used his first trip to California in 1945 to witness the signing of the charter establishing the United Nations in San Francisco, while President Lyndon Johnson met with the president of Mexico during his first presidential visit to California in 1964.

But our prosperity is not built on isolation.

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President Trump has said the fight against illegal immigration, especially with risky gangs like MS-13, is going well, but no thanks to California.

"Well Mr. President, in California we are trying to fix that".

Update at 2:30pm: Protests in the works around President Donald Trump's California visit on Tuesday to view border wall prototypes have been confirmed down south.

"You have lamented that "we don't have one fast train" in our country". The administration has had a contentious relationship with California lawmakers and sued the state just last week over three laws it says makes federal immigration enforcement more hard.

"We will continue defending our community next week when this fascist president visits indigenous Kumeyay land to decide what prototype of use along this imposed border that divides families and further alienates Mexicans on both sides of the border", the group said. "We invite you to come aboard and truly 'Make America Great Again'".

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