At the US-Mexico border near the Rio Grande, a national butterfly sanctuary is being threatened by Donald Trump’s proposed border wall.
US president Donald Trump, addressing the 100th annual convention of the American Farm Bureau Federation, insists a wall is needed on the US-Mexico border and that his administration is fighting for farmers by “fixing broken trade deals that are horrible.”
In the Texan city of Laredo, along the US-Mexico border, people react to Donald Trump’s proposal to build a wall. While some harshly critique his tough stance and the shutdown that has resulted from it, others support the president’s hardline policy on immigration.
People living along the US-Mexico border in McAllen, Texas, react to Donald Trump’s controversial border wall, as the US president visits the area hoping to drum up support for his project.
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Hundreds of federal workers and union members marched to the steps of the White House to call for an end to the government shutdown as it entered its 20th day on Thursday.
The president was not there to see them, having already left to visit the US-Mexico border in Texas.
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US President Donald Trump flies to Texas to promote his controversial border wall project, pulling out of a major international forum later this month with no end in sight to a row that has partially shut the US government.
US president Donald Trump denies having “temper tantrums,” as he heads to the US-Mexico border to push his demand for a wall, a day after he walked out of negotiations with Democrats in a political crisis paralyzing the government.
In a shelter for migrants at the US-Mexico border, the volunteers and the migrants respond to Trump’s speech on immigration, saying that the people coming in the country “are not criminals: they are families, children, mothers.”
Videographic map of the border between the US and Mexico. A row between Donald Trump and Congress over the president’s demand for a wall between the two countries has resulted in a partial government shutdown that has lasted nearly three weeks.VIDEOGRAPHICS
(10 Jan 2019) Here’s the latest for Thursday January 10: Trump to visit US-Mexico border; Shutdown talks remain deadlocked; Secretary of State Pompeo visits Egypt; 3 Crabbers die after commercial fishing boat capsizes.
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