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Earlier, Sessions said the Justice Department sued California because state laws are preventing federal immigration agents from doing their jobs.

"How dare you?" he said of Schaaf at a California Peace Officers Association meeting in Sacramento.

Although state laws are the center of the federal lawsuit, San Francisco put sanctuary cities on President Donald Trump's radar when Jose Garcia Zarate, an undocumented immigrant, set off the gun that ultimately killed Kate Steinle.

Sessions' appearance at California's capital comes less than two weeks after Oakland Mayor Libby Schaaf warned residents of an imminent raid by federal immigration agents, a move harshly criticized by ICE.

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The Justice Department, under the leadership of Attorney General Jeff Sessions, is suing the state and officials like Governor Jerry Brown for blocking federal immigration enforcement.

"We are going to fight these irrational, unfair and unconstitutional policies that have been imposed on you and our federal officers", Sessions said in a prepared 21-minute speech. U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement has said it will increase its presence in California, and Sessions wants to cut off funding to jurisdictions that won't cooperate.

The Trump administration has officially taken California to court in an effort to undo state legislation that protects undocumented immigrants. The Justice Department is seeking to overturn those laws.

But he also blasted Sessions for making "wild accusations" and willfully misrepresenting California's laws and its intentions. The high court found several key provisions undermined federal immigration law, though it upheld a provision requiring officers, while enforcing other laws, to question the immigration status of people suspected of being in the country illegally. "There is no nullification, there is no secession, federal law is the supreme law of the land", he said. "Now, the federal government ought to do its job and stop blaming California for its own inability to solve the problem, whether it's of crime or whether it's of immigration".

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Wouldn't it be nice if Jeff Sessions wanted to invoke "federal law precedence", over all the states' failing gun controls in order to halt the unrestricted sale of automatic weapons to just about anybody who wants them?

Schaaf issued an unusual public warning last month about an immigration operation in Northern California.

In a statement past year the association's president, Gardena Police Chief Ed Madrano, said the compromise "addresses the significant public safety concerns we raised during this debate, and it reaffirms what we have held since the beginning, which is that California law enforcement should not be used to assist in mass deportations". Last October, California made a decision to fire the first salvo by declaring itself a sanctuary state.

"Her actions support those who flout the law, and [that] only validates illegality", he said. "In California, we don't confuse coercion with cooperation".

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Dozens of demonstrators have gathered in Sacramento, California, to protest an appearance by U.S. Attorney General Jeff Sessions. He said the mayor's alert allowed 800 "criminals" to escape ICE agents during a statewide sweep that netted 232 people.