White House blames Democrats after officials' immigration row

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Washington, Oct 19 The White House has blamed the Democrats for a heated row between Chief of Staff John Kelly and National Security Advisor John Bolton over immigration. All three spoke on the condition of anonymity to describe an internal conversation.

"We have today informed the countries of Honduras, Guatemala and El Salvador that if they allow their citizens, or others, to journey through their borders and up to the United States, with the intention of entering our country illegally, all payments made to them will STOP (END)!"

Kelly, who retired from the US Marine Corps with the rank of general, was Trump's first Homeland Security Secretary.

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Trump has been incensed recently over rising levels of migrants, and threatened to shut down the southern border earlier Thursday on Twitter. Trump has hinted at stopping economic aid to Central American countries.

Kelly and Bolton have been feuding over the issue for days, but it broke into a full-fledged brawl on Thursday when Trump sided with Bolton.

A source who heard the shouting said it went well beyond previous arguments in the White House, CNN reports, and fueled speculation that one of the men might resign.

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Trump said last month that the United States would be reviewing its foreign aid with an eye toward providing it only "to those who respect us and, frankly, are our friends", and Bolton has advocated revoking it from countries who take steps at odds with USA objectives. The new numbers, which marked an 80 percent increase from July, are making the United States president highly critical of DHS and Nielsen's tactics, senior administration officials told Washington Post on Wednesday.

The president's renewed complaints about immigration appear to be driven in part by new data. According to most recent DHS statistics, a total of 16,658 family members were arrested at the southern border last month, becoming the highest one-month total on record.

Still, Sanders insisted the White House was pleased with its own immigration efforts.

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"We are furious at the failure of Congressional Democrats to help us address this growing crisis".

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