Trump says San Diego wants to go forward with its section of border wall

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WASHINGTON (Reuters) – San Diego, a major county on the U.S.-Mexico border in California, has asked President Donald Trump’s administration to go forward on constructing its section of his promised border wall, Trump told reporters at the White House on Wednesday.

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State legislators and its Democratic governor, Jerry Brown, have been hostile toward Trump’s plan to make the border nearly impervious for immigrants coming to the United States illegally, but some enclaves have disagreed. The Board of Supervisors for San Diego, California’s second-most populous county, in April voted to support Trump’s legal challenge to the state designating itself a “sanctuary state.”

Reporting by Lisa Lambert and James Oliphant

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