The latest Trump administration moves to immigration across the American border with Mexico (All Eastern Times): Democratic Congress claims that President Donald Trump's move to cut aid in three Central American states the influx of immigrants to the United States will increase.
The State Department's announcement that it will cut the aid to Honduras, El Salvador and Guatemala on the orders of Trump came as a leading Democrat on Saturday in El Salvador.
Foreign Affairs Committee chairman Elliot Engel and other lawmakers say in a statement that US aid helps these countries deal with the root causes of family and child migration.
Democrats call Tramp's transition "totally unproductive."
The Trump administration says it cuts US direct support to three Central American countries.
The State Department says in an article it will suspend payments for El Salvador, Guatemala, and Honduras in 201
The Trump Administration did not give any immediate explanation for this move. Trump has delayed immigration from these countries through Mexico as a key issue for his presidency.
The announcement comes when Trump threatens to close the US border with Mexico as a whole in terms of immigration. President Donald Trump says he is likely to close the southern border of America next week if the Mexican authorities do not immediately stop illegal immigration. Such a heavy move could hit the economies of both sides, but the president emphasized: "I'm not kidding."
Trump says "can mean all trade" with Mexico. Trump has promised more than two years to build a long, impenetrable wall along the border to stop illegal immigration, although Congress is unwilling to provide the money it needs. Meanwhile, he has repeatedly threatened to close the border.
But this time, with a new influx of migrants to the north, he gave a certain timetable.