Trump wanted to sent 250,000 troops - or half the US Army - to the border to deal with the migrants: Defense Secretary rejected largest use of troops inside the country since the Civil War because Mexico would see it as an act of aggression | WHAT REALLY HAPPENED X-Frame-Options: SAMEORIGIN

Trump wanted to sent 250,000 troops - or half the US Army - to the border to deal with the migrants: Defense Secretary rejected largest use of troops inside the country since the Civil War because Mexico would see it as an act of aggression

Donald Trump wanted to bring in 250,000 troops to the border wall to help secure the U.S. southern border with Mexico during the pandemic, but the idea was struck down due to concerns from then-Homeland Security Secretary Mark Esper, a Tuesday report reveals.

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