BREAKING: County In California Votes To Join Trump Lawsuit Against State’s Sanctuary Law

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U.S. President Donald Trump waves to journalists as he leaves the White House December 22, 2017 in Washington, DC. Trump is leaving Washington to spend the Christmas holiday at his Mar-a-lago Estate in Palm Beach, Florida.
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On Tuesday, officials in Orange County, California, unanimously voted to join the Trump administration's lawsuit against the state’s "sanctuary" laws.

The Orange County Board of Supervisors voted 3-0 in favor of joining "a federal lawsuit against California's sanctuary laws," The Los Angeles Times reported.

"It's about time we had more bodies like this one standing up to lawlessness of the California state Legislature," said conservative activist Arthur Christopher Schaper of Torrance, according to the Times. "Steps like this will ensure that American lives will matter once again."

Orange County Supervisor Shawn Nelson joined FOX & Friends on Tuesday morning where he called California's sanctuary laws unconstitutional, saying that it puts their law enforcement officers in an awkward spot.

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