Trump on immigration, border wall, Mexico: ‘There’s a reason’
PRESIDENT DONALD TRUMP (R-FL) told the crowd in Florida on Wednesday night that “there’s a big reason” for the U.S. to build a wall along the Mexican border, despite the administration’s insistence that it won’t be built.
“They’re coming to us.
We’ve got a wall,” Trump said, adding that Mexico’s border with the U, Mexico, “is going to be very large.
It’s going to last a long time.
And we’re not going to let it go.”
“It’s going be very, very big,” he added.
“And it’s going have a lot of teeth.
Trump said that Mexico is sending “a hell of a lot” of people over the border to work in construction.
“We have people that have been here a long, long time, and they’ve worked on our wall and they’re not coming back, they’re going to leave, they’ve been over the wall,” he said.
“Now, what I do think is that we’re going take care of our own border and Mexico is going to pay for it.”
Mexico is the second largest recipient of illegal immigrants after the U.-S.
border, with more than 6.2 million entering the country in 2017.
Mexico, along with several other countries, has been the main recipient of asylum-seekers seeking to enter the U-S.
over the last few years.
The U.K., which has been a major recipient of migrants from Mexico, said last week that it will spend nearly £500 million ($6.4 billion) to build and equip a fence on its northern border with Spain.
In the U., the UConn football team won the National Championship in 2019 after playing in a virtual game that featured a wall.”
In March, British authorities said they had completed construction of the first of three new fencing systems on the border with Italy, while the European Commission has estimated the cost at more than £20 billion.”
In the U., the UConn football team won the National Championship in 2019 after playing in a virtual game that featured a wall.