Trump warned the Central American immigrants: our army is waiting for you.

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 Trump warned the Central American immigrants: our army is waiting for you.


Many gangsters and some very bad people are in the army of immigrants. On Twitter, US President Trump warned a group of immigrants slowly crossing Mexico and heading for the southern border of the United States, This is an invasion of our country, and our troops are waiting for you!

Trumps tweets on the night of 29 October local time also wrote, please come back. You will not be allowed to enter the United States unless you pass the legal process.

Currently, immigrants, mainly from Central American countries Honduras and Guatemala, are hiking north to try to cross Mexico into the United States. The Mexican government estimates that the number of immigrants trying to enter the United States is about 6,000, and about 1,000 kilometers from the nearest border with Mexico. Fox News Network quoted a U.S. official as saying 29, about 5,200 active U.S. troops will be deployed to the southern border. However, these deployed troops are not combat troops. According to U.S. media reports, the U.S. government is considering a variety of administrative and legislative measures to restrict immigrantsability to seek asylum on the grounds of national security. The Office of the United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees (UNHCR) urged the United States Government to allow those fleeing persecution and violence, including those following the immigration team, to apply for asylum in the United States territory. The source of this article: surging news editor: Shi Jianlei _NBJ11331

Currently, immigrants, mainly from Central American countries Honduras and Guatemala, are hiking north to try to cross Mexico into the United States. The Mexican government estimates that the number of immigrants trying to enter the United States is about 6,000, and about 1,000 kilometers from the nearest border with Mexico.

Fox News Network quoted a U.S. official as saying 29, about 5,200 active U.S. troops will be deployed to the southern border. However, these deployed troops are not combat troops.

According to U.S. media reports, the U.S. government is considering a variety of administrative and legislative measures to restrict immigrantsability to seek asylum on the grounds of national security. The Office of the United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees (UNHCR) urged the United States Government to allow those fleeing persecution and violence, including those following the immigration team, to apply for asylum in the United States territory.