Cartels

Mexican Gov’t Tries to Avoid Migration Fix

President Donald Trump is pushing for a comprehensive immigration reform deal as Mexican officials offer a partial deal that would fall short of the “safe third country” goals sought by the administration.

Central American migrants arrive in Tijuana, Mexico, on Thursday. (Guillermo Arias / AFP / Getty Images)

White House Tries to Protect Business from Border Shutdowns

White House officials are scrambling to protect businesses from cross-border trade disruptions as President Donald Trump pressures Mexico and Congress to shut down Central America’s migration into the United States. 

Trade with Mexico

7 Points Trump Should Make in Oval Office Address About Border

National security is the first priority. And the cartels threaten national security. There is nothing humane about an open border. How many Americans must die before we enforce our laws? We can have a welfare state, or open borders, but not both. Let the engineers do their job — and let’s put America first.

Donald Trump Oval Office (Carolyn Kaster / Associated Press)