Listen: President Trump, Trump Administration And California discussed on KNX Evening News
"One. The Trump administration says it's canceling nearly one billion dollars in federal money for California's high speed rail project. This comes after governor Gavin Newsom remarks February that the project is planned would cost, too much, and take too long, according to California, semi men, Jim Patterson, Republican from Fresno, California, high speed rail authority did this to it self. I don't think if the federal government in the ramp story had any other choice, we knew that high speed rail had been misspending federal, money, significantly by our own California, state auditor, and so it's not a surprise statement from governor Newsome says the Trump administration's action is quote, illegal and a direct assault on California and that the state will fight vigorously in court voters, I approved about ten billion dollars in bond funds for the project way back in two thousand and eight it's projected to cost more than seventy. Seven billion dollars and be finished by twenty thirty three President Trump, outlines a new 'immigration plan in a rose garden speech, his own inlaws benefited from family based immigration policies, but President Trump wants to change that and give priority to younger highly educated immigrants who can create jobs. We are proposing an immigration plan that push the jobs wages and safety of American workers, first CBS's Paula Reed the president's plan would favor younger applicants with specific skills, or higher education, who can speak English and pass a civic exam. The court system admits mostly people with relatives already in the US. Democrats say the plan is dead on arrival in congress speaker Nancy Pelosi says Democrats want comprehensive immigration reform. And she blasted Mr. Trump's proposal it is really a condescending word they're saying family is without merit. Are they saying most of the people ever come to the United States? And the history of our country are without merit dog, Pam"