President Donald Trump believes the borderline situation is "like Disneyland is now", and accuses a too humane approach to the arrival of families as a cause.
In her show by phone with the presenter of Fox News, Maria Bartiromo Sunday Morning Futures, Trump said it was a mistake to stop and make the separation of families who illegally cross the southern border the attempts to resemble a family outing to the happiest place on earth.
"If they separated children, what would happen During the Obama administration, with Bush, with us, with all people, far fewer people would come, and we were on a humane basis, that's pretty bad," Trump told Bartiromo. "We go out and stop the breakup. The problem is that you have ten times more people with their families, it's now like Disneyland.
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The long and winding road in which asylum applications are made also drew Trump's anger compared the lawyer to "Perry Mason." He called what is in the books "the worst immigration laws that were ever incompetent, they are there for a long time."
The lure of a booming economy is the reason for the rise of the border, Trump argued. He added that partisan policies to solve the problem of immigration must be put aside.
"We try to get rid of them; The Democrats will not do it, "he said," we need democratic votes, we agree with the Republicans, but we need democratic votes. "