A former White House spokeswoman and Fox News member Ari Fleischer compared Wednesday's immigration crisis with foreign passengers who arrived at national airports without passing through the customs, and "just leaving their planes and merging with our communities."
National Security Secretary Kirsten Nielsen said on Tuesday that the Trump administration regards the immigration crisis as "a catastrophic hurricane catastrophe" and that it has directed institutions to "raise resources and staff" for border security and migration management.
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"She is right," said Fleischer. "News of America" in response to a comparison of the frontier crisis with a natural disaster. "For decades, the federal government knew that we had problems, and for decades the federal government could not do anything. And now President Trump is sticking with that. And the serious problem, of course, is that if you bring children to the United States and you apply for asylum, you know that you can go with him so that our system stimulates it. "
The Fleischer, served by the Press Secretary of President George W. Bush from 2001
President Donald Trump declared an emergency on the southern border, and in recent days he closed it in response to an increase in illegal border crossings – calling for Mexico to increase. efforts to stop migratory flows on their side.
The president also switched to reducing aid to El Salvador, Honduras and Guatemala.
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"We will have a strong border or we will have a closed border," he told reporters at the White House on Tuesday. "We will see what will happen."
Meanwhile, Nielsen will go to the southern border this week with plans to visit the ports of entry and chat with law enforcement officers before joining President Trump in California on Friday at the Border Wall, DHS officials reported Fox News. If no action, border or large areas of the border will not close.
According to the leader of the majority of the Senate, Mitch McConnell, R-Ky., Closure of the border would completely disrupt the production of lines and the flow of goods, ranging from avocados to cars, making for "potentially catastrophic economic"
Fleischer said it was "hard step, and sometimes you need to take tight steps to get people away from their positions. "
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"This will create economic pain on the Mexican side of the border and on the American side of the border. And on the Mexican side, the question is, will this create such an economic pain that they will start putting pressure on their government to prevent people from entering their country by going through it to get to America? – Asked Fleischer. , will it put pressure on people (to) say "finally the federal government, to do something about it". I just do not see any evidence that Washington has a compromise mood, and it's a magic word. Democrats received support from law enforcement agencies and border control. Republicans must welcome immigrants legally to this country. This is called a comprehensive immigration reform, and it needs to be done. "