When America agreed on a border barrier – BBC News

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We will build the wall. You know that the fence is now basically complete. Can we have more to do that’s why our Administration has moved aggressively to secure our borders more rather than why don’t we work out some recognition of our mutual problems? Let’S start with the basics, the US border with Mexico is almost 2000 miles. Long running from the Pacific Ocean to the Gulf of Mexico. There’S currently sick, 154 miles of fencing or some type of barrier are looking at the border wall. Tell him about the sign is an important step in our nation’s efforts to secure our border and reformer immigration system. For this we were United and now we’re not these people approved it just a few years ago and now all of a sudden they’re. Not the reason is because of me I hate to say so: how did the debate over border security, whichever government shutdown in 1990s, there was a significant amount of undocumented immigration across the us-mexico border, and proofs of migrants would run through the port at San Ysidro to Get into the United States all Americans, not only in the state’s most heavily affected, but in every place in this country are rightly disturbed by the large numbers of illegal aliens entering our country 17 Mile barrier to be built along the Mexico border. At the same time, the number of undocumented people in the country was increasing, comprehensive immigration reform. There was very famously at the early September, a hearing in the Senate Judiciary Committee two days later with 911 and that change the context of all the bait. The immigration system would put under a mic. That’S when the fence became again a very big part of the debate, we’re launching the most technologically-advanced border-security initiative in American history. Different are you had a Republican president was trying to work across the aisle with Democrats on comprehensive immigration reform in the fence act came in that context, Barack Obama voted for the fence. Act saw it as a first step to give Republicans to the table. The Panthers. Now, basically, complete side Obama’s immigration took the shape of more than 2 million deportations. During his time in office, he deported actually more people than President Trump has started. Was the tactic or a belief that the administration had that if they could show that they were tough on immigration enforcement? That could pave the way toward comprehensive immigration reform conversation with Republicans Halloween years due in part to the fence that reform never happened and then in 2015 a certain billionaire road down the escalator, bringing drugs they’re, bringing crime, and some, I assume, are good people. President trumps rhetoric around immigration to significantly harder, it is significantly her sure he is taking a very strong tone when it comes to immigrants and linking immigration and immigrants to crime and Terror without a lot of evidence and statistics to back it up. Beautiful Southern border wall. Democrats feeling that politically it’s in their advantage to be much more pro-integration and dreamers and border security is at for a lot of them the price they must pay to get that, but they’re not sure how much bigger price they’re willing to pay from here. On this border, Washington seems as ever, what could they tell compromise? He wants something that he can call a wall to say that he has fulfilled a campaign promise to his face. He firmly believes it. That is, one is not veney reason that he is president now offense, whatever they like to call a deer in front of a continuous loop of political partisanship and rhetoric, making it harder to negotiate compromises. Good government we’re not going to fix this system until the parties are willing to compromise and come together and do what the majority of public once, which is Make a Deal what’s debate, is prime
The battle over the border barrier has shut down the government, but it was not always such a divisive issue.

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