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"Eight fifty W F T L. I'm Ron Hershey with your four thirty news break. President Trump says he may send even more active duty troops to the US. Mexican border five thousand troops are said to be deployed by weeks in talking with reporters at the White House today. Trump said the number could go as high as fifteen thousand Trump insisted people in Central American Cavero caravans will not be allowed in the US and argued the US needs merit based immigration system. Saying legal immigration is unfair to American citizens. The president insisting the birthright citizenship will be ended one way or another and a tweet today. Trump claims many legal scholars agree. Birthright citizenship is not covered by the fourteenth amendment in the US constitution. Rhode Island democratic congressman David Sicily says signing of an executive order by any president can't change the constitution. We have a constitution and within the constitution is the procedure to amend. In the constitution. It's set forth by our founders in the constitution. There is absolutely no basis to think the president of the United States this president or any other president can amend the constitution to an executive order. The Florida man accused of sending pipebombs to former President Barack Obama and Hillary Clinton may have also threatened Texas, congressman Beto Iraq, aerobic as a high profile midterm battle for Senator. Ted Cruz is seat. A campaign spokesman says the Dallas Morning News and the El Paso democrat was threatened over Facebook by say earlier this year came paying also says the FBI has been going through a works. Male trying to unseat incumbent Republican US Senator Ted Cruz. The all clear has been given the Democratic Party headquarters in Miami after reports of a suspicious package caused evacuation of the building. It was later discovered. The package contained a box of Senator Bill, Nelson, bumper stickers. Eight fifty W F T L news time is four thirty two. Here's traffic."