Donald Trump wants military to secure Mexico border until wall is built

Donald Trump wants military to secure Mexico border until wall is built

Donald Trump wants military to secure Mexico border until wall is built

"These people should be stopped at the border and vetted out, just the normal process, and we should have plenty of agents down there to do that", he told CNN.

President Donald Trump declared on Tuesday that he is prepared to deploy American troops to the USA and Mexican border until his long-promised border wall is fully funded and built.

The "caravan" of mostly Central American migrants making its way through Mexico reportedly stopped Monday at a local park, as the marchers decide where and when to proceed.

Individuals in the caravans often try to reach the USA border, but usually not as part of the caravan. "It's like we have no border". The group had crossed from Mexico into Texas only moments before.

"Congress must immediately pass Border Legislation, use Nuclear Option if necessary, to stop the massive inflow of Drugs and People".

Castellanos said during a panel on ABC's "This Week" that it is hard to believe that special counsel Robert MuellerRobert Swan MuellerSasse: US should applaud choice of Mueller to lead Russian Federation probe MORE "is not going to dig up something in Trump's complicated financial history to say look, the president of the United States did this and it was wrong". Under current law, unaccompanied children from countries that don't border the USA would be placed under the supervision of the Department of Health and Human Services and undergo often-lengthy deportation proceedings before an immigration judge instead of being deported. Trump tweeted that the USA must build a border wall, but argued that "Democrats want No Borders, hence drugs and crime!"

"We really haven't done that before, or certainly not very much before", he said. Pentagon officials have not yet commented on the initiative.

Sending military to the border, in the form of National Guard troops, has been done before.

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The Guard members were used for surveillance, communications, administrative support, intelligence, analysis and, in some cases, the installation of border security infrastructure.

"It's sad for the people in the caravan and it's sad for the people in the United States".

The pause came after President Donald Trump's continued blasting of Mexico over alleged inaction in stopping the migrants and other immigrants from illegally crossing over into the U.S.

On Monday, the Republican president railed against Democrats over immigration and again pressed US lawmakers to pass legislation to build his long-promised border wall between the USA and Mexico.

Trump tweeted that the USA must build a border wall, but argued that "Democrats want No Borders, hence drugs and crime!" "Border Patrol Agents (and ICE) are GREAT, but the weak Dem laws don't allow them to do their job", he wrote on Monday.

Trump's call for troops at the border comes as he continues to press Congress to approve $25 billion in funding for the "big, beautiful" southern border wall he promised on the campaign trail. The $1.3 trillion funding package included $1.6 billion in border wall spending, but much of that money can be used only to fix existing segments, not to build new sections.

Among the measures the administration is pursuing is ending special safeguards that prevent the immediate deportation of children arrested at the border and traveling alone. Under current law, unaccompanied children from countries that don't border the US are turned over to the Department of Health and Human Services and undergo often lengthy deportation proceedings before an immigration judge instead of being immediately deported. Officials complain that many children never show up at their hearings. The White House did not immediately respond to a request for clarification.

He, however, went on to reject immigration proposals from congressional Democrats. Trump ended the program previous year, but gave Congress six months to pass legislation enshrining it. Meanwhile, the bipartisan option the White House vigorously lobbied against did gain a majority of votes, but fell six votes shy of the 60 needed to advance under Senate rules. But Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell has dismissed that option in the past, saying Republicans will welcome the filibuster when they return to being the Senate minority.

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