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Tags: Donald Trump | Homeland Security | Immigration | Mexico | Trump Administration | immigration | twitter

Trump Calls Mexico 'One of the Most Dangerous' Places in World

troops line up to protect the united states border in front of barbed wire fencing
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By    |   Monday, 29 April 2019 10:26 PM

President Donald Trump said Monday evening that America's southern neighbor is one of the most dangerous places on the planet.

Trump tweeted this regarding Mexico as his administration continues to deal with the immigration problem:

"The Coyotes and Drug Cartels are in total control of the Mexico side of the Southern Border. They have labs nearby where they make drugs to sell into the U.S. Mexico, one of the most dangerous country's [sic] in the world, must eradicate this problem now. Also, stop the MARCH to U.S."

Thousands of migrants have marched from Central American countries and through Mexico to the U.S. border in recent months, which has maxed out America's immigration system.

There is a currently a sizable caravan making its way north, which prompted the White House to send additional U.S. troops to the border to help with security.

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