Somewhere along the United States’ 2,000-mile border with Mexico is a town unconcerned by what President Donald Trump has called a border “crisis,” and the New York Times is on it.
Addressing the nation Wednesday evening, President Donald Trump called for urgent action on what he called a “crisis” at the southwestern border.
Border Patrol agents foiled the construction of a cross-border tunnel for smuggling contraband that was discovered Monday during a tunnel sweep in cooperation with Mexican law enforcement.
The Department of Defense is sending hundreds of American soldiers to reinforce the southern border, a U.S. official confirmed Thursday.
Attempted illegal crossings at the southwestern border rose in September, ending the fiscal year with a massive increase in migration tied to a new wave of Central-American children and families seeking entry to the country.