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Starting next week, President Donald Trump announced, ICE will begin shipping millions of immigrants out of the United States.

Now that Mexico has been joined by Guatemala in cooperating to stop the invasion coming across our southern border, illegal immigrants “will be removed as fast as they come in.”

Currently, around 12 million illegals are living in the U.S. shadows, most are from Central America and Mexico. Liberal naysayers have been screaming, “you can’t deport that many,” but Immigration and Customs Enforcement is convinced “si se puede,” yes, we can.

After Trump threatened to hit Mexico with an escalating series of tariffs on everything coming into our country, our southern neighbor agreed to detain Central American asylum seekers on the Mexico side of the border. At least, until they have their immigration hearing.

By promising the Trump administration that Mexican National Guard troops will be deployed along the border they share with Guatemala, they were able to get a temporary extension on the economic penalties.

For their part, Guatemala has agreed to take in refugees from surrounding countries under a “safe third country” designation.

Mexico has been resisting the safe third country status and has been able to avoid taking that step by offering to use other methods. If the alternatives don’t turn out to be successful they may be forced to accept the designation, and have agreed to discuss it after they have a chance to try their own solutions.

The move is expected to be a key part of President Trump’s speech in Orlando tonight. Record crowds are expected with some loyal Trump supporters camping out for more than 40 hours just to attend. At least 1,000 “deplorables” were already on hand early this morning.

All day today, “45 Fest” will be in full swing with live music and food to get the crowd fired up for the official kickoff of Trumps 2020 campaign.


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