California has become the first state to appoint an undocumented immigrant to a statewide post. Lizbeth Mateo, a 33-year-old attorney and immigrant rights activist was appointed by Senate President Kevin de Leon on Wednesday to serve on the California Student Opportunity and Access Program Project Grant Advisory Committee. She'll be fighting for low-income and undocumented California students.
The decision comes just two days after Trump's first visit to California since taking office.
While in California, Trump criticized the state's sanctuary cities on Twitter, calling them "unconstitutional."