The US President intends to meet with border guards and employees of other agencies.
The US President Donald Trump on Thursday will go to the US-Mexican border, where he intends to meet with border guards and representatives of other agencies serving there. This was reported on Monday in his Twitter press Secretary of the White House Sarah Sanders.
“The President Trump will travel to the southern border on Thursday to meet with those serving on the frontline of the humanitarian and national security crisis. Additional details will be announced later,” she said.
Since December 22, the US partially suspended the work of the Federal government due to lack of budget funds. This was due to the fact that the Republicans and Democrats in Congress have not yet been able to agree on the parameters of the temporary state budget, in which Trump and the Republicans in an ultimatum want to include funds for the construction of a physical barrier on the border with Mexico. Democrats say they will never approve the allocation of money from the Treasury.