President Trump Plans to Militarize U.S.-Mexico Border

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President Trump announced Tuesday that his administration will be guarding the U.S.-Mexico border "militarily" until a wall is built and stricter immigration laws passed. He also threatened to end NAFTA unless Mexico cooperates to keep migrants out of the U.S. The announcement came amid news that a caravan of Hondurans fleeing violence in their country were coming to the US. via Mexico.

Guests:
Duncan Wood, director, Wilson Center's Mexico Institute

Angela Kocherga,  southwest border correspondent for the Albuquerque Journal.

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