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There are now 5,800 troops deployed to the southern border, spread across California, Arizona, and Texas. [Read More]
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President Trump's Nov. 9 presidential proclamation forbids anyone crossing America's southern border from seeking asylum in the U.S.--no matter... [Read More]
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Mission commander Lt. General Jeffrey Buchanan says the number of U.S. troops sent to the southern border has likely peaked. Veuer's Justin Kircher has the... [Read More]
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On the way to McAllen, Texas on the southern border Wednesday, Defense Secretary James Mattis said he was going to the southern border because "I... [Read More]
SECRETARY OF DEFENSE JAMES N. MATTIS:  OK, first of all, thank you for coming on the trip.  I'm headed to McAllen, Texas on the southern... [Read More]
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Defense Secretary Jim Mattis described the deployment to the border as "great training" and told soldiers in Texas not to pay attention to the news... [Read More]
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While President Donald Trump has been relatively silent on the threat posed by what he had termed an "invasion" of migrants heading toward the southern... [Read More]
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Defense Secretary Jim Mattis defended the deployment of 5,800 U.S. troops on the southern border on a visit to troops in Texas, calling the action... [Read More]
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Secretary of Defense Jim Mattis is due to visit the U.S. southern border Wednesday, where thousands of American troops have been deployed to support border... [Read More]
The approximately 1,300 US troops on the Texas southern border are expected to finish their assigned task of reinforcing border crossing points, largely with concertina... [Read More]
Senator Brian Schatz slams President Trump for deploying U.S. troops to southern border for 'no national security reason' when they could be having Thanksgiving at... [Read More]
Troops ordered by President Donald Trump to secure the southern border of the United States in the face of a number of approaching migrant caravans... [Read More]
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