More than a million migrants at United States border

Trump talks about self in speech at couple's wedding

His question was met with whoops of delight and applause from guests at the wedding, between longtime Trump friends Megan Noderer and John Arrigo, according to Business Insider.

It must have been a great moment for the couple to have a former USA president speak at their wedding.

"I heard news they are letting children in", said Hernández, explaining she planned to cross the US border in Texas and seek asylum.

"Enough about the couple, let's talk about me", Trump began.

"We are now working with our law enforcement partners in Mexico and attempting to identify these ruthless human smugglers so as to hold them accountable to the fullest extent of the law", she added. "How do ya like that?"

A top United States border official says he expects more than a million migrants will arrive at the Mexico border this year, a sign of a growing humanitarian challenge for President Joe Biden.

Trump also repeated his baseless claims about voter fraud in the 2020 presidential election and called Biden's win a "strange thing".

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It also pointed out that "antibodies to bat coronavirus proteins have been found in humans with close contact to bats". Coronavirus patients are treated in hospital in Wuhan , China.

Arrington took control of the mic while Gohmert was away, saying that he and his colleagues "just want the law to be enforced".

"What's happening to the kids, they're living in squalor". "We did get 75 million votes, nobody's ever gotten that".

At the end of the former president's speech, he praised the newlyweds. "It's an honor to have you at Mar-a-Lago, you are a great and attractive couple", he said.

Republican lawmakers on the House Judiciary Committee demanded Alejandro Mayorkas, Department of Homeland Security (DHS) Secretary, release documents from the Trump administration DHS to the Biden transition team warning of an immigration surge if there is a reversal of President Donald Trump's policies.

"My father had fixed this problem", he told Fox New's Maria Bartiromo on Sunday.

DHS officials reportedly had "multiple briefings" with Biden transition officials, warning them that undoing President Trump's policies would lead to an increase in illegal immigration. "That's the most humane form of immigration where you don't have people making this unsafe trek, and it literally shows you what bad policy can do to the country that in 90 days, in less than 90 days, a system that was working and was ideal and that was fixed turned to absolute junk".

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