Donald Trump - Donald Trump falsely says there's 'never' been so many border apprehensions
Friday, 11 January 2019 () The Truth-o-Meter says: False | Donald Trump falsely says there's 'never' been so many border apprehensionsSurrounded by Texas’ Republican Sens. Ted Cruz and John Cornyn, and by Border Patrol agents, President Donald Trump said people from the Middle East and all over the world were coming through the southern border and that a barrier is needed to prevent them from coming in. He also said there have never been as many apprehensions as there are now. That’s verifiably wrong. "Whether it’s steel or concrete, you don't care. We need a barrier, and they have done a fantastic job," Trump said Jan. 10. "Never so many apprehensions ever in our history." His comment came as ...
U.S. President Donald Trump visited the Rio Grande on Thursday to reiterate his demand for a border wall he says is essential for dealing with a humanitarian and security 'crisis' that Democratic lawmakers call a fabrication. Rough Cut (no reporter narration).
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