Mexican President Enrique Peña Nieto on Tuesday continued his two-day trip to California, traveling to Sacramento to meeting with Gov.
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Aug. 26, 11:02 a.m.: An earlier version of this post stated that Assemblywoman Shannon Grove (R-Bakersfield) would be joining a protest outside the Stanford Mansion in Sacramento to criticize the jailing of an ex-U.S. Marine in Mexico. She will not be part of the protest.
"This is the other Mexico," he said of the United States, which has about 11 million Mexican immigrants.
Brown told the crowd at the event that they were welcome in the state regardless of their citizenship.
"You're all welcome in California today," he said.
When Peña arrives in Sacramento, he'll visit the historic Stanford Mansion for a luncheon with California leaders.
The event won't be without some controversy. Assemblyman
The Marine, Andrew Tahmooressi, is facing charges for illegally crossing the border into Mexico with firearms in March.
Donnelly and others want Tahmooressi released; Mexican officials have said the justice system must play out.