Trump: 'We Will Not Rest Until Our Border Is Secure'
President Donald Trump discusses immigration during an event with Angel Families who lost loved ones to violence by illegal immigrants. (Sipa/AP Images)
President Donald Trump on Friday ripped the nation's "weak" immigration laws, telling families of people who died at the hands of illegal immigrants that "our first duty, and our highest loyalty, is to the citizens of the United States." [Full Story]
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Trump: 'We Will Not Rest Until Our Border Is Secure'
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Trump: 'We Will Not Rest Until Our Border Is Secure'
President Donald Trump on Friday ripped the nation's "weak" [Full Story]
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