President Trump proclaims military to US-Mexico border until wall built
The White House said Tuesday April 3 that President Trump planned to deploy the National Guard to the southern border to confront what … Mr. Trump described existing immigration laws as lax and ineffective, and called for militarizing the border with Mexico to prevent an influx of Central American illegal immigrants.
Long-standing concerns about the security of the southern border, cited by Trump, led to National Guard troops being deployed by the thousands under … “Department of State and DOD officials expressed concerns about the perception of a militarized U.S. border with Mexico.
Former Mexican President Vicente Fox Quezada immediately reacted on Twitter.
It’s not the first time a U.S. President sends troops to the border, both Presidents George W. Bush and Barack Obama have previously called on the National Guard to assist with border patrol.
Trump did not offer specifics for his plan Tuesday, but the move appears to be at least partly motivated by a caravan of more than 1,000 Central American migrants heading toward the U.S. border through Baja California.
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