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Trump Admin Ponders Ordering US Military To Build, Run Tent Cities For Migrants

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Trump Admin Ponders Ordering US Military To Build, Run Tent Cities For Migrants

Trump Admin Ponders Ordering US Military To Build, Run Tent Cities For Migrants

President Donald Trump's top national security advisers are considering using the military to build and run "tent city" detention camps for migrants.

According to Business Insider, Acting Defense Secretary Patrick Shanahan was asked about the possibility on Friday.

He said that while he has yet to receive any details about the idea, he expects "an increase of support will occur." The number of migrants crossing the US-Mexico border has been skyrocketing lately.

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