Todd Starnes spoke with Kristin Gaspar, the Chairwoman of the San Diego County Board of Supervisors, about what it is like to be part of the California sanctuary state roundtable with President Trump, who spoke strongly about keeping MS-13 gang members out of the country.
Chairwoman Gaspar told Starnes, "Under these sanctuary laws, it's important for Californians to wake up and recognize 142 gang members, this year, were put back in to sanctuary cities. This is what the President is referring to. These are not just people who simply came across the border in a legal way going about their lives, these are people crossing border illegally."
Listen to the whole interview here: