Mexican Military Now Patrolling North Of The Border, US Sovereignty Violated Repeatedly


Trump tweeted Wednesday that "Mexico's Soldiers recently pulled guns on our National Guard Soldiers, probably as a diversionary tactic for drug smugglers on the Border", but he didn't support the drug-smuggling claim.

Then came a warning: "Better not happen again!"

Trump also said, without offering details, that Mexican soldiers recently had "pulled guns" on USA troops in what he suggested was "a diversionary tactic for drug smugglers".

Members of a militia that has held hundreds of migrants at the US-Mexico border are expected to leave their camp near Sunland Park, New Mexico, by Wednesday, police said. Mexico is not doing almost enough in apprehending & returning!'

'Now, if they don't, or if we don't make a deal with Congress, the border's going to be closed, 100 per cent, ' he said, mentioning the USA might close "large sections of the border'".

The command's statement said only that the Mexican soldiers departed the area "after a brief discussion between the soldiers from the two nations". "Throughout the incident, the us soldiers followed all established procedures and protocols".

Mexican President Andrés Manuel López Obrador said the government is not letting migrants go wherever they please, but said that controls are for migrants' security because human traffickers are allegedly infiltrated among the caravans. The Mexican soldiers reportedly believed that the U.S. Army soldiers were on Mexican territory.

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According to Mexican immigration authorities, Mexico has deported 11,800 migrants so far this month and is being more selective in who is given a visa, which allows a migrant to remain in the country and work.

"We are not going to fall for any provocation", he told reporters in Mexico City. "We can arrest them for assault", he said.

A Pentagon official told AFP some of the 2,900 active duty and 2,000 National Guard troops deployed at the border have always been armed "for force protection only". He called the situation at the southern border a national emergency as a way to get money to build a border wall after Democrats in Congress thwarted traditional means of funding.

Earlier this month, Trump threatened to shut down the southern border if the Mexican government did not do more to stop drug trafficking.

Reports said the migrant group, dubbed the "mother of all caravans", formed last month in Honduras and began its journey to the United States border.

Mexico has deported about 15,000 migrants from Central America who'd been part of a caravan trying to reach the United States, Mexican officials said.

Mexico, meanwhile, added belligerence to its aggression, with officials telling Reuters it has "deep concern" about an armed civilian organization that confronts people who cross into the usa illegally. That is because US military personnel are typically armed.