The President’s White House spokesman Sean Spicer is currently giving a briefing outlining Trump’s desire to catch, detain and deport illegal immigrants and foreign nationals who commit crimes upon entering the US.
Mr Spicer bullishly declared that their countries of origin will take the “criminals” back “no ifs no buts” and Trump’s administration will give them “a one way ticket to their homeland”.
He said: “They are going to get a one way ticket to their home countries and their governments will take them back.
“Federal agencies are going to unapologetically enforce the law, no ifs, no buts.
“We will target illegal immigrants for removal and return them.
“We will stop federal grant money for cities and states who harbour illegal immigrants.
“This is at the top of President Trump’s priority and we will restore law and order.
“Building this barrier is more than just a campaign promise. It’s a common sense first step to really securing our porous border
“This will stem the flow of drugs, crime, illegal immigration into the United States.”
President Trump is also set to sign an executive order restricting access into the US from the predominantly Muslim countries of Syria, Iraq, Iran, Libya, Somalia, Sudan, and Yemen as he seeks to reduce the number of Islamist inspired terrorists circumventing America’s homeland security network.
The 70-year-old is making good on his campaign promise to tighten America’s national security after saying some “bad hombres” were entering the US with ease due to the miles upon miles of largely unguarded Mexican border.
The construction of the “great wall” coincides with President Trump’s promise to round up and eject “criminal aliens” and Mexican’s “taking Americans’ jobs”.
President Trump, 70, repeatedly told his campaign rally attendees that he would recoup the cost of the wall from the Mexican government, which has in turn denied that it will pay for the property mogul’s latest constriction project.
Mexican President Enrique Peña Nieto said: “It is evident that we have some differences with the new government of the United States, like the topic of the wall, that Mexico of course will not pay.”