The United States will no longer provide foreign aid to El Salvador, Guatemala and Honduras.
A US State Department spokesman told The Hill in a statement on Saturday that the agency was headed by President Trump another woman who expelled the Conservatives, "insults," complains about the absence of Trump at the Rally MORE to hire the help for the so-called Northern Triangle countries.
"By order of the Secretary, we are executing the instructions of the President and ending the foreign aid programs for the Northern Triangle 201
The Hill has contacted the White House to say something.
Secretary of Homeland Security Kirstjen Nielsen Kirstjen Michele NielsenDem Hammer Nielsen on the border crisis The head of the DHS sends a letter to Congress, asking for "emergency aid" from pass USMCA Coalition – Trump's rally for second term "held Promise "MORE said in a statement on Friday that it had signed a" historic "regional pact with representatives of the Northern Triangle countries this week. She said that countries are ready to "tackle human trafficking and trafficking, tackle transnational criminals fueling the crisis, and strengthen border security to prevent irregular migration."
President Trump said on Friday that countries had built "caravans for migrants" according to CNN.
"We paid them enormous sums and we do not pay them anymore, because they did not do anything for us, they set up these caravans," he said.
Previously, Trump had threatened to stop helping countries in December for alleged caravans, accusing them of "doing nothing for the United States but taking our money."
Sen. Bob Menendez Robert (Bob) Menendez The Hills Report 12:30 pm: Manafort Sentenced to a Total of 7.5 Years in Prison The deputy chief of defense calls Graham an "ally" after William Barr finds the right man. 19659004] (DN.J.), The Supreme Democrat in the Senate Foreign Relations Committee, issued a statement condemning the move.
"If this were done, President Trump's irresponsible decision to suspend our assistance to El Salvador, Guatemala and Honduras would undermine US interests and jeopardize our national security," he said. The latest reported action shows that the government still does not understand that the United States is cutting its external aid to Central America out of its own peril, "he added