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Trump Said Security At The Border Still Faces National Emergency

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Trump Said Security At The Border Still Faces National Emergency

Trump Said Security At The Border Still Faces National Emergency

President Donald Trump recently visited the U.S.-Mexico border wall in California.

He was seen signing one of the slats of the border with a Sharpie, showing pride over the renovations.

During his visit he said there is still a national emergency regarding border security.

He said that as the wall continues to be built and renovated along the border, U.S. troops could be taken away.

Trump added that if Mexico stopped helping deter the flow of immigrants, the U.S. would consider imposing tariffs on Mexican imports.


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