April 12 2018 07:16 p
US National Guard deployed on the Texas border within the southern border with Mexico, where they are helping secure the southern border of the state after Congress and Mexico rejected full funding for the construction of the wall along the border.
The US National Guard, with all its equipment, has been monitoring the border between America and Mexico, using the latest means to monitor the border strip, while the area, planned for a concrete wall, appears calm amid heightened security control by US forces.
The National Guard in Texas began Friday to deploy troops to help secure the southern border of the state as President Donald Trump was unable to obtain congressional or Mexican approval for full funding for the construction of the wall he proposed along the border. The troop deployment announced by officials In Texas since last Friday after Trump sent Defense Secretary James Matisse to request the use of the National Guard to help the Department of Homeland Security secure the border in four US states in the southwest, including Texas.
Matisse said that the troops would be under the "command and control" of state governors, while Trump has so far failed to persuade the Mexican government or the government. The US Congress has funded the entire wall, and Mexican President Enrique Benia Nieto on Thursday slammed Trump for the construction of the wall.