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President Trump promised to & # 39; immediately & # 39; to file a decision of the federal judge against the blocking of his border wall on Saturday, in a press conference at the G-20 summit

President Trump swears that the federal judge will immediately appeal to the border block for border walls and threatens to commit ICE raids next week, and promises to & # 39; remove large numbers of immigrants & # 39;

  • President Trump promised to & # 39; immediately & # 39; to file a decision of the federal judge against the blocking of his border wall on Saturday, in a press conference at the G-20 summit
  • The Trump administration recently adopted a bill to release $ 4.6 billion to tackle the humanitarian crisis currently affecting the US-Mexico border
  • However, Trump was punished on Friday when a judge blocked Trump to use $ 2.5 billion in military assets to build border walls in high-priority areas
  • Trump says a wall along the US-Mexican border is needed to keep out illegal immigrants and drugs, but he has not been able to convince Congress so far
  • Trump also said he plans to continue with his controversial plan to launch a series of immigration and customs enforcement attacks next week
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President Trump swore on Saturday to & # 39; immediately & # 39; to challenge a ruling by a federal judge against his border wall for his border wall, while also raising threats to start deportation attacks next week.

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His hard-line immigration plans were unveiled at a press conference following the G-20 summit in Osaka, Japan.

Trump's board recently – and narrowly – adopted a bill to release $ 4.6 billion to tackle the humanitarian crisis currently affecting the US-Mexico border.

But a separate Trump policy got a big blow in California on Friday when Judge Haywood S. Gilliam Jr. the president blocked the use of $ 2.5 billion in military assets to build border wall segments in high-priority areas in California, Arizona and New Mexico.

President Trump promised to & # 39; immediately & # 39; to file a decision of the federal judge against the blocking of his border wall on Saturday, in a press conference at the G-20 summit

President Trump promised to & # 39; immediately & # 39; to file a decision of the federal judge against the blocking of his border wall on Saturday, in a press conference at the G-20 summit

Judge Haywood S. Gilliam Jr.
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Judge Haywood S. Gilliam Jr.

The plans were severely criticized on Friday when Judge Haywood S. Gilliam Jr. the president blocked to use $ 2.5 billion in military assets to build border wall segments in high-priority areas in California, Arizona and New Mexico.

The plans were severely criticized on Friday when Judge Haywood S. Gilliam Jr. the president blocked to use $ 2.5 billion in military assets to build border wall segments in high-priority areas in California, Arizona and New Mexico.

In California, Judge Haywood blocked S. Gilliam Jr. (left) the president of using $ 2.5 billion in military resources to build border wall segments in high-priority areas in California, Arizona and New Mexico.

Judge Gilliam chaired two lawsuits filed by the state of California and by activists who claimed that the transfer of funds was illegal and that the construction project would pose a threat to the environment.

& # 39; We immediately appeal to it and we think we will win the appeal & # 39 ;, Trump said during the conference and called the decision a shame. & # 39; There was no reason that that should have happened. & # 39;

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Trump says the construction of a wall along the US-Mexican border is necessary to exclude illegal immigrants and drugs, but so far he has not been able to get approval from Congress to do this.

& # 39; These statements critically end President Trump's illegal take of $ 2.5 billion in unauthorized funding for his pet project & # 39 ;, California Attorney General Xavier Becerra said late in Friday . & # 39; President Trump has succeeded in building a constitutional crisis that threatens immediate damage to our state. & # 39;

Trump's board recently - and narrowly - adopted a bill to release $ 4.6 billion to tackle the humanitarian crisis currently affecting the US-Mexico border

Trump's board recently - and narrowly - adopted a bill to release $ 4.6 billion to tackle the humanitarian crisis currently affecting the US-Mexico border

Trump's board recently – and narrowly – adopted a bill to release $ 4.6 billion to tackle the humanitarian crisis currently affecting the US-Mexico border

A FOX News chart shows that the increasing number of arrests at the border between October and May has almost quadrupled

A FOX News chart shows that the increasing number of arrests at the border between October and May has almost quadrupled

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A FOX News chart shows that the increasing number of arrests at the border between October and May has almost quadrupled

In addition to his impending appeal, Trump also said he is trying to continue with his controversial plan to launch a series of immigration and customs enforcement attacks next week.

& # 39; We will remove large numbers of people … a week later, you know, sometime after July 4 & # 39 ;, Trump said.

Last week, he postponed raids for 10 major cities, with a two-week delay to see if a bilateral agreement on immigration & asylum and loophole & # 39; could be found in Congress.

& # 39; The Democrats, it seems to me that they want open borders, & # 39; said Trump.

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& # 39; Unless we do something wonderful (by closing a deal) … we will remove large numbers of people, & # 39; he added

In addition to his imminent attraction, Trump also said he is trying to continue with his controversial plan to launch a series of immigration and customs enforcement attacks next week

In addition to his imminent attraction, Trump also said he is trying to continue with his controversial plan to launch a series of immigration and customs enforcement attacks next week

In addition to his imminent attraction, Trump also said he is trying to continue with his controversial plan to launch a series of immigration and customs enforcement attacks next week

The planned raids have led to a frightening debate within the Ministry of Homeland Security and have made Democrats indignant.

But last week was dominated mainly by negotiations on the humanitarian aid contribution of 4.6 billion dollars, which was adopted just before the holiday recess.

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Trump expressed gratitude to landlord Nancy Pelosi for helping the bill succeed.

She renounced an attempt to amend the legislation and instead said the House reluctantly & # 39; would incorporate the Senate bill & # 39; to get the resources for the children fastest & # 39 ;.

& # 39; We have been hit in a very two-way way, and I appreciate Speaker Pelosi for having really worked with us. It was humanitarian money, & Trump said praisingly.

But the president said that passing the bill makes ICE raids less unlikely, and adds: & # 39; We can get that number far down if we keep people from coming up & # 39 ;.

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