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Trump resumes attack on California Gov. Jerry Brown over Mexican border patrols:President Trump resumed his attacks Thursday on “sanctuary cities” and California Gov. Jerry Brown’s plan to restrict National Guard patrols along the Mexican border.

“There’s a little bit of a revolution going on in California,” Trump told reporters while touring a joint inter-agency task force in Key West, Fla., that is responsible for drug interdiction.

Trump praised the agency’s work on drug and human smuggling, maintaining that “human trafficking is worse than it’s ever been in the history of the world.”

Polaris, a project dedicated to fighting modern slavery, says “the International Labour Organization estimates that there are 40.3 million victims of human trafficking globally, though there are no statistics for the slave trade of centuries past.

Trump toured the Key West facility after threatening to withhold federal funds for a National Guard deployment in California. The president was angered that Brown said the troops would not enforce federal immigration law or participate in the construction of a wall along the U.S.-Mexico border. Instead, Brown said he would send 400 National Guard troops to focus on human trafficking as well as drug and gun crimes.

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Trump resumes attack on California Gov. Jerry Brown over Mexican border patrols:President Trump resumed his attacks Thursday on “sanctuary cities” and California Gov. Jerry Brown’s plan to restrict National Guard patrols along the Mexican border.

“There’s a little bit of a revolution going on in California,” Trump told reporters while touring a joint inter-agency task force in Key West, Fla., that is responsible for drug interdiction. 

Trump praised the agency’s work on drug and human smuggling, maintaining that “human trafficking is worse than it’s ever been in the history of the world.”

Polaris, a project dedicated to fighting modern slavery, says “the International Labour Organization estimates that there are 40.3 million victims of human trafficking globally, though there are no statistics for the slave trade of centuries past.