US President Donald Trump said on Tuesday that he was "extremely worried" about the situation of migrant detention centers on the border but said that the situation was much better than the previous Obama administration. Talking to reporters at his Oval office, Trump said, "... I am very worried. It's better now than before ... and it's much better than President Obama's term, to a great extent, and we're trying to convince Democrats to actually give us some humanitarian aid ... "He also condemned the Democrats to disrupt the border supplement bill.
The American president said, "... Democrats do not want to sign anything. And now I think they probably In the context of humanitarian aid, it is going to be signed. "Earlier Trump had signed an executive order. Before signing, he discussed some MPs with the need to continue the rules which affect the ability of Americans to buy their home. Chief Economic Advisor Larry Cuddlo said that he thinks the economy is on track for three percent or "better" growth.