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Source: Fox News

Trump vows to send as many troops 'as necessary' to keep growing migrant caravan out

Today 15:26 GMT

In an interview aboard Air Force One on Monday, President Trump made clear there was no limit to the number of troops he's willing to send to the border to address the growing migrant caravan quickly making its way through hot and humid temperatures in Mexico to the U.S. border.

TRUMP THREATENS TO CUT AID TO GUATEMALA, HONDURAS, EL SALVADOR AS CARAVAN APPROACHES. Deploying a large number of U.S. military personnel would avert some of the political headaches Trump faced earlier this year, when he tusseled with the governments of several states, including California, over how many of their National Guard troops they would agree to send to assist with border enforcement.

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Source: Fox News

Trump stoking the right with sudden focus on hot-button issues

Today 15:27 GMT

President Trump is spraying the landscape with a deluge of issues, as if from a firehose, and saturating the political debate in the process.

The main challenge for Trump is to boost Republican turnout in an off-year election, and that's why we're seeing the sudden rollout of issues, especially of the hot-button variety. Chief among these is immigration, which is why the president is warning of a caravan of Honduran migrants that has made its way to Mexico and is headed toward the U.S. border.

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Source: Common Domain

Trump Today: President floats middle-income tax cut as he vows to slash aid to Central America

Today 15:26 GMT

President Donald Trump on Monday discussed a new tax cut for middle-income earners, as he vowed the U.S. will begin cutting off aid to Central American countries over a migrant caravan and promised a “Big Night in Texas” ahead of a rally for onetime rival Ted Cruz.

Trump said his administration would propose what he called a resolution to cut taxes by 10% for middle-income Americans. Speaking to reporters on the south lawn of the White House, the president said, “we’ll do the vote after the elections,” referring to the Nov. 6 midterms.

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Source: Fox News

Kennedy: The reasons why the caravans keep coming

Today 15:26 GMT

The first step is ending the drug war and legally refocusing the supply chain so people can make consensual transactions without collaterally damaging entire societies that seek constant refuge in ours.

That's all part and parcel of the drug war, squeezing well connected informants to address the supply end of our nations longest and deadliest money-suck, and while it's good for murderous bad guys and corrupt thugs to rot in dingy jail cells, it never addresses the *demand* in this country.

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Source: CBS News

5 of 6 victims in grisly suspected DUI head-on collision in Utah were from Honduras

Today 15:26 GMT

Five of the six men killed last week when a dump truck collided with a pickup truck on a Utah highway were from Honduras, authorities said Monday.

Utah authorities are coordinating with Honduran consular officials to inform the victim's families before making their identities public, said Utah Highway Patrol Sgt. Efrain O. Cardenas, 62, of Salt Lake City, is the only one of six victims identified so far, after a deadly crash on State Route 40 on Friday, CBS Salt Lake City affiliate KUTV reports.

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Source: DW

Donald Trump vows to cut Honduras, El Salvador, Guatemala foreign aid

Today 16:21 GMT

US President Donald Trump has said he will cut foreign aid to Honduras, El Salvador and Guatemala, as a caravan of migrants makes its way toward the US-Mexico border.

Trump tweeted on Monday that the US would start to substantially reduce or completely cut aid to three Central American states for being "not able to do the job of stopping people from leaving their country."

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Source: The Guradian

Trial of eight accused of murdering Honduran activist in chaos

Monday 08:04 GMT

The trial of eight men accused over the murder of Honduran indigenous leader Berta Cáceres has been thrown into disarray after judges ousted the victim’s lawyers from proceedings.

In a statement, the family said: “This fraudulent decision by the court leaves us the victims completely defenceless, because, for two years and a half, the Public Prosecutor’s Office has demonstrated its inability and unwillingness to follow correct judicial process… it shows a commitment by the authorities to maintain in total impunity the criminal structure responsible for the systematic attacks against Copinh and the murder of Berta Cáceres.”


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