U.S./Mexico Reach “Deal”

 

President Donald Trump has announced an immigration reform deal with the Mexican government which likely will allow border officials to end the catch-and-release of illegals.

Those crossing the U.S. Southern Border to seek asylum will be rapidly returned to Mexico where they may await the adjudication of their asylum claims.

 

Joint Declaration

2 thoughts on “U.S./Mexico Reach “Deal””

  1. I find this reporting of no practical value in my trying to understand the truth about what is actually happening at the border.
    The link to the State Department “Joint Declaration” is not the actual legal document but only a State Dept. “spokesperson” statement.
    This is the first time I have heard reference to the term “safe third country” and that reference was only made by the author of the BreitBart article by Neil Munro, and I find that very anomalous since I have followed this issue fairly closely for many months. I find it just plain untruthful that the Breitbart author stated…

    “The promise of extra enforcement is vague, and far less important to U.S. border security than the return of migrants to Mexico.” The nicest thing I can say about that statement is that it is shifty, dishonest and without meaning.

    Headlines With a Voice narrator mentioned good information about Mexico’s primary allegiance to their agreements with the United Nations and how really the Mexico “National Guard” is really nothing but a United Nations force.

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