US - McAllen, Texas, a city divided President Trump Immigration Roundtable 2 days ago   01:40

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Aaron Barrera
They’re not showing the organized crime. You have to pay Cartels no matter who you are, so a coyote can cross you illegally. Even the most innocent immigrants go through horrible things at the whim of the coyote. End Unlawful Immigration
Rigo s
Americans are soft scared of everything the media says. Scared of everything around or near.
The wall is political show.
Dimitri Vincheov
too bad he wasnt 'shot' there...FFS
care by Catholics ? why not the Red Cross if it is a Real humanitarian crisis?
rothschild war bank
Build the wall
Arturo Rodriguez
I'm from McAllen. Ppl is dum there.. so I left
Suzy Q
I guess you don't know that 2 nights ago 23 of these migrants burned the Mexicali Immigration Office. None of them were women and children.
Samul Lio
I have Suggestion to this immigrants . You should go to south America to countries like ( Argentina , Chile , Uruguay ....)
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President Trump Immigration Roundtable US - McAllen, Texas, a city divided 2 days ago   1:01:27

President Trump Immigration Border Sec Roundtable. During a visit to the U.S. Border Patrol station in McAllen, Texas, President Trump participates in a roundtable discussion on border sec. President Donald Trump will participate in a roundtable discussion on immigration and border security during his trip to McAllen, Texas today. The remarks are scheduled for 2:10 p.m. ET.
The president is in Texas to review the border situation as his administration insists there’s a “crisis” underway from the crime waves brought on by cinal aliens. Illegal immigration and Trump’s border wall are at the forefront of the political news cycle again since the government has been shutdown for 20 days over Congress’ refusal to approve an omnibus package that allocates funding for a wall. As Trump and his Democrat opponents continue their squabble over border sec funding, it remains to be seen whether Trump will declare a national emerncy so he can start building the wall in spite of the shutdown. This would involve a lot of questions in terms of whether that move will hold up in court, and how the wall will be funded since Mexico isn’t paying for it in any direct sense. President Donald Trump arrived at a Texas border town to make the case for his long-promised border wall after negotiations with Democrats blew up over his funding demands. Trump traveled to McAllen, Texas Thursday on the 20th day of a partial government shutdown. He is seeking to use the trip to bolster his argument that a wall is needed on security and humanitarian grounds. Trump is to visit a border patrol station and receive a briefing on border sec. The president and congressional Democrats remain at an impasse over his demand for $5.7 billion for a wall along the southern border. Critics say Trump overstates the security risks and that the administration is at least partly to blame for the humanitarian situation.
President Donald Trump visits the U.S.-Mexico border in McAllen, Texas on day 20 of the partial government shutdown. Trump will participate in a roundtable at a border patrol station to discuss immigration and border security. Trump spoke to reporters before departing the White House,

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