US President Blasts Democrats for Demise Of DACA

Trump demands 'nuclear option' to allow border patrol to 'do their job'

In 2010, President Barack Obama sent National Guard troops to the U.S. It is roughly 1,250 miles (2,000 kilometers) long, not 800 miles (1,290 kilometers) long.

Trump on Sunday continued on Twitter that Mexico is doing "very little, if not NOTHING", to stop the flow of people across the southern border.

Trump announced earlier Tuesday that he's preparing to use the military to secure the country's southern border until the wall he wants built is constructed.

Trump says during a joint press conference with the leaders of the Baltic nations that, "we don't have laws. Until we can have a wall and proper security, we're going to be guarding our border with the military", he said, calling the measure a "big step".

It's unclear what Trump means by "nuclear option". Judd also said Congress needs to pass tougher laws, an idea Trump appeared to echo, and create more bed space for immigration authorities to house people.

Trump has been deeply frustrated by the lack of progress in building what was the signature promise of his campaign: a "big, lovely wall" along the Mexican border. Hes previously suggested using the Pentagons budget to pay for building the wall, arguing it is a national security priority, despite strict rules that prohibit spending thats not authorized by Congress. Having the U.S. National Guard patrol the border would require the permission of border state governors who control the National Guard.

Over the two years, about 29,000 National Guard forces participated in the missions, as forces rotated in and out. The Guard members were used for surveillance, communications, administrative support, intelligence, analysis and the installation of border security infrastructure.

Trump tweeted that the USA must build a border wall, but argued that "Democrats want No Borders, hence drugs and crime!"

Texas has also deployed military forces to its 1,250-mile (2,000-kilometer) border with Mexico.

Trumps announcement came a day administration officials said theyre crafting a new legislative package aimed at closing immigration “loopholes.”. Specifically, Trump is annoyed that the recently-passed spending bill includes little to no money for Trump's border wall - a key focus of his campaign. The $1.3 trillion funding package included $1.6 billion in border wall spending, but much of that money can be used only to fix existing segments, not to build new sections. And much of that money can be used only to fix existing segments, not to build new sections.

Osornio and other Dreamers at SIU say they are anxious about their futures following a weekend of tweets from President Trump. Tuesday's briefing was a follow-up to discuss the plans.

Funding for the wall has been another frequent tweet target for Trump.

Trump also reiterated his call for Mexico to stop people from entering the United States, after saying on Sunday he would terminate a major trade accord with Mexico if it did not do more to secure its border with the United States.

What do you think about the DACA debate? Some of those loopholes include a now policy that protects children under 18 from countries that don't border the US, who cross the border unaccompanied, from being deported without first seeing a judge and going through a lengthy deportation process.