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Tuesday, April 10, 2018

The caprices of a republican capitalist

Por sumily

According to US law, members of the military can not get involved in police tasks. Hence, the idea of President Donald Trump to send military forces to the southern border of his country to guard it is not entirely feasible. Soldiers who are deployed can only provide surveillance and intelligence or help with construction projects.

As if the inescapable number of daily nonsense by the president was not enough, he has threatened to get out of the North American Free Trade Agreement (NAFTA), which also includes Mexico and Canada, and cut off foreign aid from the United States to Honduras and others. countries if they did not act to stop what he called a "caravan of immigrants" that was heading towards the southern border of their country.

Until the polemic wall of Mexico is built, one of the bases of the 2016 campaign, the president of the United States, Donald Trump, announced that he will send soldiers to the southern border of his country.After finishing a meeting with leaders of Baltic countries, Trump met with the press and questioned the border security system once again and added that he had discussed the idea of military deployment with Secretary of Defense James Mattis.

According to the president, until they can have a wall and adequate security, they will protect their border with the military. That is a big step. Actually, in the history of the United States, such a thing had never been done before.In Trump's opinion, his country had very bad laws to protect its limits by land with Mexico, hence the initiative to start doing things militarily.

Although he did not give details on how many or what kind of military forces he plans to send to the border or when they would arrive there, Trump earlier threatened to cut back the aid his country sends to Honduras after reports that a caravan of asylum seekers was moving from Central America to the United States.In the case of the last two presidents who preceded Trump in the White House, they sent troops from the National Guard to the southern border of the United States.

For example, former President Barack Obama sent hundreds of soldiers to protect the area, while George W. Bush had thousands of troops deployed to accompany the Border Patrol in an operation called Jump Start.On the other hand, the White House notified that the president had asked Congress for legislation to make it more difficult to enter and remain illegally in the United States, given that in his opinion, the existing laws are sufficiently strong and effective at the time. to defend their own and their country from immigration.Likewise, the announcement of the military's shipment, which is unknown if it will really be effective, comes after three consecutive days in which Trump has intensified his campaign on Twitter against illegal immigrants and the border with Mexico as his main point of entry.