Trump says smugglers leave pregnant women to die from dehydration & all over & # 39; the state of Texas, while its donors give a serious warning & # 39; always make sure your guns are around & # 39;
President Donald Trump said Wednesday that migrants in the state of Texas are drying out from dehydration after human smugglers have dropped them into the desert and told them to walk to Houston or Dallas.
& # 39; They die on their fields. Everywhere, & the president said. & # 39; They pass, they find bodies that cover the entire field including many pregnant women. Many pregnant women. They give them a little water, go outside and start walking. Walk to Dallas. And Dallas is 250 miles away. It is very bad. & # 39;
Trump spoke to a fundraiser in San Antonio when he requested the presence of journalists to travel with him to hear the stories of donors in his 2020 campaign.
Donors whose names were not immediately recognizable said that drug cartels were waiting outside the ranches and oil fields with weapons.
& # 39; Always make sure your guns are round and hope they don't hurt you, & # 39; said the man.
President Donald Trump said Wednesday that migrants in the state of Texas are exhausting & # 39; about dehydration after human smugglers have dropped them into the desert and tell them to walk to Houston or Dallas
Repeating the danger to Texas residents who are human and drug traffickers, Trump said: "They are waiting at the gates and they are killing people."
The president taunted the Democrats in Congress for refusing his proposals for immigration reform during the event in support of the Republican Party and his re-election.
Yet he insisted: & # 39; This had nothing to do with politics. This has nothing to do with campaigns or my campaign. & # 39;
& # 39; It's really from a human point of view, a humanitarian point of view, it's terrible & # 39 ;, he added.
A donor said that Texas & Brooks County is one of the most prominent areas where dead migrants can be found. Donors said that the migrants are often discovered by residents who search their properties on horseback.