Trump warns Mexico about guns pulled on US troops: “Better not happen again!’

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President Trump on Wednesday warned to Mexico, their soldiers according to reports, the weapons moved to U.S. troops on the border last week, while also calling on America’s southern neighbor, to do more to stop another North-bound migrant caravan.

“In Mexico, soldiers have recently pulled weapons on our National Guard soldiers, probably as a diversion for drug smugglers at the border. Better not happen again! We are now sending ARMED SOLDIERS to the border. Mexico is not nearly enough, at the time of arrest & return!” he tweeted.

The president’s tweets come after a number of the Mexican military allegedly called into question U. S army-soldiers on patrol duty in the vicinity of the border with Texas. Mexican soldiers, who allegedly showed up with their weapons on U.S. troops during the encounter. The Mexican soldiers, who believed, allegedly, that the US army were the soldiers on Mexican territory.


The President of the National Border Patrol Council, Brandon Judd, said at the weekend that “these things just happen by chance.”

“I don’t know, a Border Patrol agent, is to accept that the story, the thought, the Mexican military is that these national guardsmen were in Mexico,” Judd said on “Fox & Friends”. “We have hundreds of incursions by the Mexican military in the United States, but we have very few incursions of Border Patrol agents in Mexico.”

Trump also warned Wednesday of a “very large” caravan and threatened, once again, in the vicinity of the southern border.

“A very large caravan of about 20,000 people began through Mexico. It was reduced in size by Mexico, but still have to wait. Mexico must close understand the Rest-or we will be forced to that of the section of the border and call the military. The Coyotes & cartels have weapons!”, the President tweeted early Wednesday.

Mexican immigration authorities are trying to arrest people, which is part of the big caravan, which is currently migrating from the North. On Monday, Mexican officials said 371 people have been arrested, in what was their biggest single raid so far on migrants, the caravan, as the groups set in motion by the country in the past year.

President of Mexico, Andrés Manuel López Obrador said that the government will not let migrants to go where you please, but said that the controls are for migrants, the security, because people are car dealers allegedly infiltrated among the living.

“We don’t want to pass for you, only free, not only from legal concerns, but for safety issues,” he said.

According to Mexican immigration authorities in Mexico 11,800 migrants deported so far this month and is selectively in the a tourist visa, which allows it to remain an immigrant background in the country and to work.


Trump has threatened for months to close the border, if Mexico is not to stop the flows of migrants, and if the Congress does not act to end what he calls “gaps” in the immigration law that allow, detainees, migrants, released in the USA until a scheduled appointment in court.

Earlier this month, Trump to the border, visited complained of in the midst of an escalating immigration crisis, that “our country is full” and warning potential migrants think about the crossroads in the United States, that this country is “you can.”

“Whether it’s the asylum, if there is anything you want, illegal immigration, can’t you. Our country is full, our area is full, the sector is full, you can no longer. I’m sorry, can not happen, so you turn around—that’s the way it is,” trump said at a round table in Calexico, California, earlier this month.

The President warned of a full-fledged crisis at the border for months. This week, Customs and Border Protection (CBP) announced the total apprehensions at the border for 2019 will exceed the total apprehensions for the year 2018. CBP said that last week, the Border Patrol arrested more than 418,000 migrants since the beginning of fiscal year 2019. Along the southwest border for more than 414,000 apprehensions so far this year, compared with 396,579 the last financial year.

The border crisis comes in the midst of a massive shakeup at the Department of Homeland Security. Earlier this month, DHS Secretary Kirstjen Nielsen resigned. The President appointed the then-CBP Commissioner Kevin McAleenan to replace you as a Deputy Secretary.

McAleenan appointed has to serve John Sanders, as Deputy CBP Commissioner, former head of the Transportation Security Administration David Pekoske to be Deputy Secretary of DHS; and Patricia Cogswell as acting TSA administrator. The White house, earlier this month, announced that James M. Murray would replace the head of the U.S. secret service, Randolph “Tex” Alles.

Fox News’ Adam Shaw, handle contributed to Jenkins and The Associated Press to this report.

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