Trump hinted at the force of the immigration forces: they threw stones and we fired.

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 Trump hinted at the force of the immigration forces: they threw stones and we fired.


Overseas Network Nov. 2, with the mid-term elections approaching, US President Trump also continued to play a anti-immigration card. He recently announced that he would sign an executive order next week to restrict the current U.S. asylum system, and for the first time threatened that the U.S. military could use force against immigrants on the U.S. -Mexico border.

According to CNN, ABC and other media reports, Trump criticized the abuse of asylum system by illegal immigrants in his speech at the White House on November 1, local time, and proposed that a new administrative order be issued next week to deal with the problem. Under the new plan, immigrants must apply for asylum at entry ports, and all asylum seekers who enter the United States illegally will be detained, he said.

In the face of the immigration caravan fleet approaching the US-Mexico border, Trump is also tough-minded, suggesting that the U.S. troops sent to the region do not show mercy and that if immigrants throw stones at them, the U.S. military can fire as a response.

They throw stones in a vicious and violent way, the US president said of the conflict between some immigrants and Mexican police. If they want to throw stones at our troops, the US military will fight back.

A large number of immigrants crossed the river into Mexico to prepare for the border between Mexico and Mexico. (source: The Associated Press)

When asked if the troops sent to the border would open fire on immigrants, Trump first answered, I hope not, but quickly added, If anyone throws stones, we will equate this with the use of guns. Because when you hit a face with a stone, its not much different from (being shot). Soon after the news that the immigration convoy was moving towards the US-Mexico border reached the White House, Trump spoke about it one after another. He first called the immigration team approaching the United States a national emergency in social media, and then threatened to cut aid to Guatemala, Honduras and El Salvador, which failed to take effective measures to prevent immigration. At the end of October, he even said that he would send a maximum of 15000 active servicemen to the border between the United States and Mexico. In recent years, Trump has repeatedly stressed the threat of Central American immigrants, calling them gangsters and some very bad people in the caravan, and tweeting, This is an invasion of our country, our army is waiting. Source: overseas web editor: Yang Yi _NBJ10647

When asked if the troops sent to the border would open fire on immigrants, Trump first answered, I hope not, but quickly added, If anyone throws stones, we will equate this with the use of guns. Because when you hit a face with a stone, its not much different from (being shot).

Soon after the news that the immigration convoy was moving towards the US-Mexico border reached the White House, Trump spoke about it one after another. He first called the immigration team approaching the United States a national emergency in social media, and then threatened to cut aid to Guatemala, Honduras and El Salvador, which failed to take effective measures to prevent immigration. At the end of October, he even said that he would send a maximum of 15000 active servicemen to the border between the United States and Mexico.

In recent years, Trump has repeatedly stressed the threat of Central American immigrants, calling them gangsters and some very bad people in the caravan, and tweeting, This is an invasion of our country, our army is waiting.