Donald Trump siger, man overvejer at skære ned på bistanden til lande med mange illegale indvandrere i USA. Disse lande tjener på at deres borgere sniger ind i USA og derefter nægter at tage dem tilbage.

«Many of these countries we give tremendous amounts of aid to. Tens of millions of dollars. And we’re working on a plan to deduct a lot of the aid,» Trump said at an event in New York denouncing the Salvadoran gang MS-13.

«We’re going to work out something where every time someone comes in from a certain country, we’re going to deduct a rather large amount of money from what we give them in aid, if we give them aid at all,» Trump said. «We may just not give them aid at all.»

Trump siger, at hans administration overvejer en radikal omlægning af bistandspolitikken.

Udadtil lader landene som om de beklager den illegale indvandring, og siger de forsøger at bekæmpe den. Men i realiteten gør de ingenting, sagde Trump.

«They’ll let you think they’re trying to stop this. They are not trying to stop it,» Trump said. «I think they encourage people… They don’t want the people that we’re getting.»

«Despite all of the reports I hear, I don’t believe they’re helping us one bit. and it may be that’s the way life is,» he said. «We know where these people are coming from. We’re looking at our whole aid structure and it’s going to be changed very radically. It’s already started.»

Trump nævnte ikke nogen lande ved navn. Men de mellemamerikanske lande eksporterer mange. De rejser gennem Mexico som ikke anstrenger sig for at standse dem.

According to USAID, El Salvador received $75 million in U.S. aid in fiscal 2016. The amount fluctuates, and spiked to $332 million in 2015. Mexico, the top home country of illegal immigrants in the U.S., received $87 million in foreign aid in 2016, according to USAID.


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