President Trump went on a Friday evening out with the news that he will strengthen the military presence at the U.S. border with Mexico. How many soldiers in question are as yet unclear.
he is considering to release the immigrants held in the united states to the cities that do not cooperate with the federal government's rules, but want to provide immigrants a safe place to be in but worried about being deported.
In the so-called cities of refuge, are the police and other law enforcement authorities are not obliged to report to the authorities if they come in contact with undocumented immigrants.
Trump has previously threatened to reduce or withdraw as government grants to these cities.
mayor in these cities said Friday that they are prepared to receive the immigrants, if Trump would put his decisions into effect, writes Reuters.
"Our city is ready to welcome these immigrants, just as we have done for years," said Philadelphia's mayor, Jim Kenney, to the news agency.
the President's latest threat comes after more than 100,000 people have been stopped at the border or arrested during the month of march, which is more than twice as many as in the same period last year.
visited the border a few weeks ago he promised the current head of the department of homeland security; Kevin McAleenan, to ensure that he would escape jail if he is in violation of U.S. laws prevented immigrants from entering the country, writes CNN.