The Orange County board of supervisors gather during a meeting in Santa Ana, Calif. on Tuesday, March 27, 2018. Orange County is considering two proposals to fight back against California's so-called sanctuary law for immigrants. The backlash to the state's effort to protect immigrants from stepped up deportations under the Trump administration comes a week after a small city voted to seek to exempt itself from the law. (AP Photo/Amy Taxin)

Todd Starnes spoke with the former spokeswoman for the California Republican Party Jen Kerns about how President Trump should deal with the caravan heading to Mexico from Central America for the purpose of illegally entering the United States.

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Just moments before President Trump said he would like to put the military on the southern border, Kerns said she thinks the voters like when President Trump gets tough on issues like immigration and said the polls what that standing up to California's sanctuary city policy has helped his popularity more than it hurts.

Kerns also said even more California counties will show their opposition to the sanctuary state law, including San Diego County.

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