On the same day President Trump traveled to California for the first time as president, California Lt. Gov. Gavin Newsom criticized the commander-in-chief over his proposed border wall and crackdown on immigrants.
In a campaign video released on Twitter, Newsom, who is making a gubernatorial bid, called President Trump a "small, scared bully."
"Let's get real: Donald Trump's border wall is a monument to idiocy, a 1900 mile waste of taxpayer money, and — newsflash — is impossible to complete," the video said.
Mountains, rivers, and private and tribal land would make the wall "like Swiss cheese" and fail to secure the border, the video said, and Mexico would never pay for it.
The video also accused President Trump of making U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement his personal "army of hate" by more than doubling arrests of non-criminal immigrants.
"Trump is using ICE to tear apart families," the video said.
The video comes as Trump travels to California for the first time since taking office. It will include seeing the eight wall prototypes near the U.S.-Mexico border. Protests against his visit are also expected.
Newsom's name has been thrown around as a possible Democratic contender for the 2020 presidential election, but he told KQED earlier this month that he's not running.
"Together, let's keep pushing (Trump's) hate out of our state," Newsom's video said in its conclusion.