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.

Duncan Wood, director, Wilson Center's Mexico Institute

Angela Kocherga,  southwest border correspondent for the Albuquerque Journal.