Trump calls for a border wall as Mexico to take ‘tremendous pressure’

President Donald Trump is calling for a wall on the U.S.-Mexico border to help stem the flow of illegal immigration and to punish the Mexican government for its actions, including the release of dozens of U.N. human rights experts last week.

In his speech to a joint session of Congress on Thursday, Mr. Trump pledged to boost border security and deport “bad dudes.”

Mr. Trump also called for “tremending” border tensions in the next year and promised to deport more criminals and illegal immigrants.

He also said he will call on Congress to pass legislation to speed up deportations.

The president, whose approval ratings are low, has not said what the border wall will look like.

He has said he would build it in the same way as other major U.B.O. projects such as the Keystone XL pipeline and the Dakota Access Pipeline.

Mr. Duterte has said the border will be secured with a wall that spans the entire length of the 2,200-mile border between the United States and Mexico.

The U.K. is the only major Western nation that does not have a border fence.

A wall is also not an option in the United Kingdom because of the country’s EU membership.

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