Trump = 0, California = 1.
The U.S. Supreme Court on Monday sided with California against Trump, who had tried to defeat the State’s ‘Sanctuary’ law. That’s the law that prohibits private employers from being forced to cooperate with federal immigration officials and bars local law enforcement authorities from sharing information with federal officials (ie. ICE) about the release of ‘potentially deportable immigrants from custody.’
Under Trump’s hardline immigration policy, he has been repeatedly frustrated with the Golden State, whining that the state “provides safe harbor to some of the most vicious and violent offenders on Earth.”
‘Do not protect criminals!’ he tweeted back in March, as he threatened that the federal government would start withholding funds from sanctuary cities. (Probably illegal.)
Of course, his animosity against California has nothing to do with the fact that he won only 32 % of the votes in the 2016 election.