More local governments in California appear to be resisting the state's efforts to prevent the Trump administration's immigration crackdown. Before San Diego County decides on Tuesday whether to join the Trump administration's lawsuit against California over the state's sanctuary city laws, Supervisor Kristin Gaspar joined Todd Starnes to explain why she supports joining the lawsuit.
Gaspar said that sanctuary city laws have "people really charged up and it's not all one-sided." She also said families in San Diego County have been stopping her to thank her for her efforts to fight these laws.
"Our primary purpose and our primary responsibility on the county board is to protect people (and) to keep people safe in our community," Gaspar said.