Listen: U.S. credits Mexico, Central America for sharp drop in border arrests
"The trump administration on another note I said yesterday that they gave credit to Mexico and the central American company our countries for helping deck hi U. S. border all ran by nearly sixty percent from a record high earlier this year in this according to Reuters president Donald Trump says the anti immigration policy. are shaping up as an issue first twenty twenty reelection campaign mark Morgan the acting commissioner of the U. S. customs and border protection said that sixty four thousand people were detained or turned back. at this out the west border in all get that was down twenty two percent from July. which was fifty six percent from a high mark in may. so. great things they DO I mean Mexico doing a wonderful job on their southern border with the help of Central America and right now from from what I read about this from from what I understand that the vast vast majority now all of the detainees or people that are attempting to cross the border are Mexicans are so that's okay were packing away all right there the other foreigners that are coming into Central America there are migrating to our border shell they are willing if you're in Central America you can go to the border of Mexico and you can request a firearm in Mexico once you receive that asylum in Mexico then that's it that's where you stay for the rest your life for for as long as you want to stay but that's where you stay there isn't any you declare asylum at the first stage. country do you"