Pres. Trump: U.S. military will arrest violent migrants at border

President Trump reaffirms that U.S. troops stationed at the border will arrest migrants if they become violent. The President reaffirmed the group will not pass into the U.S. on Friday, just days after the white house deployed over 5,000 troops to secure the border. This after members of the migrant group reportedly pelted Mexican military forces with rocks this week.

Pres. Trump: Rep. Waters considered ‘most corrupt member of Congress’

President Trump discourages Americans from voting democrat calling out prominent leaders like Congresswoman Maxine Waters. In a tweet Saturday, he cited a Fox News report labeling the congresswoman as “the most corrupt member of congress.” He warned if Democrats win control of the House, she would be put in charge of the country’s finances.

Mexico’s Interior Secy: caravan wants to capitalize on midterm elections in U.S.

A top Mexican security official is raising questions about the timing of the migrant caravan headed toward the U.S. Interior Secretary Alfonso Navarrete said earlier this week, its no coincidence the caravan is approaching the U.S. during election season. This, as President Trump continues blasting Democrats for encouraging illegal immigrants to break the nation’s laws, calling it an assault on the country.

Maduro blasts new economic sanctions imposed by the Trump administration

Socialist leader Nicolas Maduro takes shots at President Trump, over newly imposed sanctions. On Friday, the Venezuelan dictator harshly criticized the penalties which were approved this week, which places a limit on the gold imported from Venezuela. Maduro called the sanctions “criminal” and “crazy,” as President Trump gets tough on the regime.