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Trump says he’s reducing Central American aid over migrants

“The three countries received a combined more than $500 million in funding from the U.S. in fiscal year 2017.”

Cut it in half. If that does not work, keep cutting it in half month after month.

These countries should be amazingly wealthy. They live in a secure part of the world, other than from themselves. All three countries have access to the sea.

Honduras and Guatemala have access to the Pacific and Gulf of Mexico, with easy access to the United States and major markets across the world.

El Salvador sits right there on the Pacific.

All three countries have wonderful terrain. Wonderful weather. Wonderful resources. Incredibly lucky geography.

The problem is simple. The fish in the aquariums. Fill those places with Singaporeans, Japanese, Chinese, with Swiss, — they’d be rich with growing sky rises within one generation. Well, Swiss maybe don’t like the aesthetic of sky rises. I don’t know. But they could.

But what do the locals do? Drag chickens and pigs onto buses and blame it on America. Blame it on the banana wars or whatever. Blame it on America even while over the decades they receive billions of dollars in various forms of aid and support.

Now, today, they march toward the United States while waving the flag of a country they flee.

The fish cannot take care of their own aquariums. Why should we take them in ours? So they can vote for free lunch? Don’t we have enough MS-13?

Lock the gate.

If they crash the gate, fix bayonets.

If that doesn’t work, send their bodies home.

Do not play with these people.

Do not apologize.

Just stop them.

Michael Yon

Michael Yon is America's most experienced combat correspondent. He has traveled or worked in 82 countries, including various wars and conflicts.

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