White House Official: Trump 'Keeping All Of His Options Open' On Border Closure

Adam Kennedy, deputy assistant to the president, says Mexico has been taking some steps to reduce migration into the U.S.
A person crosses the street at a U.S.-Mexico border crossing in El Paso, Texas, on March 29, 2019. Threatening drastic action against Mexico, President Trump declared on Friday he is likely to shut down America's southern border next week unless Mexican authorities immediately halt all illegal immigration. Such a severe move could hit the economies of both countries, but the president emphasized, "I am not kidding around." (Gerald Herbert/AP)

President Trump promised on Twitter last week to close the southern border with Mexico this week, if Mexico doesn’t immediately stop all illegal immigration into the U.S.

But the administration has not given details about if and

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