Tuesday, 18 Jun 2019

After Trump says U.S. is ‘full,’ politicians talk border security

After Trump says U.S. is ‘full,’ politicians talk border security
After Trump says U.S. is ‘full,’ politicians talk border security
Regarding the threat of tariffs present believes that the Border issue – the border security, the wall to break down in Immigration – are very important issues, including the drug trafficking, so he is saying, if need be, he may have to take emergency steps to deal with that. It’S a little jarring to hear an American Presidents Day. Our country is full we’re seeing unaccompanied young people as well as families, with lots of kids pouring into the border, and they say the magic word seeking Asylum. We bring them into the country. We don’t begin to have enough space in our facilities to maintain the kind of care that these people deserve and so they’re being just turned out into the into our country. It’S overwhelming our system. We have got to be able to do in a way. It’S going to take some legislation to get it fixed. Here we go again with the president, doubling down with threat to shut down the Mexican border, which would have devastated the US economy. Us auto manufacturers, 7000 workers, India, Mexico, as the Mueller report was coming out. I think the president continues to use immigration as a distraction, as opposed to trying to work together in a bipartisan basis to think about why these moms are fleeing with children they’re terrified that they’re going to be killed, murdered or raped. What parent would not do everything they could to protect their child? We should be talking about Homeland Security and a comprehensive way as it pertains to National Security in the United States, and Mexico has done more in the last week to help our illegal immigration crisis. The Nancy Pelosi and and Democrats in the house, it is his number one priority and when he said, if you don’t help us, we will have no choice. But to do these things.
Two days after President Trump said, “Our country is full,” Sen. Mitt Romney (R-Utah) and others spoke out about border security and immigration. Read more: https://wapo.st/2G6mmMF. Subscribe to The Washington Post on YouTube: https://wapo.st/2QOdcqK

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