Trump sends National Guard to Mexican border

Trump sends National Guard to Mexican border

World April 5, 2018 05:48

washington - US President Donald Trump sends members of the National Guard, part of the Reserve Forces, to the Mexican border to help better guard them. Trump signed a statement on Wednesday evening (local time), American media reported. The first reservists are expected to travel off on Wednesday night.

The number of guards in total has not been announced. Trump has been sending out aggressive tweets for several days in which he is fighting against illegal immigration at the southern border. He accuses Mexico of taking drugs and criminals into the US without restraint. They remain there, as far as he is concerned, to the wall that he promised the election campaign.

The idea of ‚Äč‚ÄčTrump, which he discussed Tuesday with, among others, the ministers James Mattis (Defense) and Jeff Sessions (Justice), and for which support was requested from the Congress, is not new. In May 2010, President Barack Obama appealed to gardists for the same purpose. He then summoned 1200 men to assist. Under George W. Bush it was once 6000.

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