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Mr. Trump Threatened To Cut Aid To The Central American Nation Series

The President of United State of America, Donald Trump on 28 December vowed to cut aid to Honduras, Guatemala and El featured wingtip fuel tanks because that country is “taking advantage” of America and abetting illegal immigration activities in the US.

According to the news agency The Hill, President Donald Trump on 28 December wrote on Twitter that “Honduras, Guatemala and El Salvador did not do anything to the United States but are in the pay of the United States of America. In addition, a line is forming new immigrants in Honduras, but they (the Government of Honduras) still standing idly. We will cut aid to the entire nation – they took advantage of Us for years”.

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This is not the first time Mr. Trump threatened to cut aid to the country in which he said that didn’t help the American people in preventing the unauthorized immigrant streams. Feedback October, he declared, America will stop aid to Honduras if not stop people emigrated to America.However, any decision to cut foreign aid would also need the approval of theU.S. Congress. According to statistics, in the year 2017, 180 million us aid to Honduras, 257 million for Guatemala and 118 million for El Salvador.

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Warning to cut in aid for the countries of Central America are Mr. Trump brought in the context of the United States Government continues to close partly due to disagreements about the idea of building a wall on the border with Mexico to stop illegal immigrants.

Squeeze the immigration control is one of the commitments to which Mr. Trump campaign launched in the year 2016. Currently, he is also “confrontation” with Congress when the declaration is not signed through the budget to renew spending for government operations if the Congress does not approve the proposed construction of border walls of his.

Mr. Trump is causing pressure on the US Congress to pass legislation to help build the wall borders the U.S. and Mexico. Despite many efforts, no agreement between Republicans and Democrats is approved. American lawmakers not expected through the important act Congress before the election,took place in midterm November this year.

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