nearvideo President Trump about the threat, in the vicinity of the southern border: “I’m not going to play
President Trump took aim at Democrats on Saturday during the sentencing of immigration laws in the United States, to include doubling down on his threat, the nation’s southern border.
In a couple of Twitter posts in the afternoon, Trump claimed that “it would be to fix so simple our is weak and very stupid Democrat inspired immigration laws.”
“In less than an hour, and then a vote, that would solve the problem,” he wrote. “But the Democrats don’t care about the crime, you do not want any victory for trump and the Republicans, even if good for the USA!”
TRUMP NOT ‘THREATENS TO CLOSE THE BORDER, ‘NEXT WEEK’ IF MEXICO SHOULD IMMEDIATELY STOP THE’ FLOOD OF ILLEGAL IMMIGRANTS
He went on to insist that Mexico needed to put in step and at the end of the incoming flow at the border.
“Mexico needs to stop its very strong immigration laws, the many thousands of people trying in the United States. Our detention areas maxed out, and we are not tweeted more illegals” Trump. “The next step is to close the border! This will also help us with the drug flow from Mexico to settle!”
The President has repeatedly threatened to take in this week, measures at the border and claimed on Thursday that Mexico did nothing to prevent “the flow of illegal immigrants into our country.” He also accused to do several Central American States “nothing”.
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Trump took the matter a step further, on Friday, tweeting, “If Mexico did not immediately stop illegal immigration into the United States, coming the[sic] our Southern border, will I be the closure of the border, or large parts of the border, next week.”
The President’s warnings were followed by comments on Wednesday from U.S. Customs and Border Protection Commissioner Kevin McAlleenan, said the border was at his “breaking point”. The Agency was looking at “an unprecedented humanitarian and cross-border crisis-security along our Southwest border,” he said.
Fox News’ Brooke Singman and Louis Casiano contributed to this report.