MADRID, 5 Feb. –
The president of the United States, Donald Trump, has boasted on Tuesday during his speech by the State of the Union of the economic achievements made under his Administration, while attacking all those people who cross the border with Mexico illegally, also promising legislation to put an end to health care that, he said, is provided “free” to “illegal aliens.”
“If you come illegally, now you will be expelled from our country,” Trump said between the uproar and the cheering of the Republicans, then justify their attacks by listing specific cases in which some undocumented migrants committed crimes “in cold blood.”
Trump has criticized the immigration policy of the Democratic Party, whom he has accused of protecting illegal immigrants, who has been linked to the proliferation of crime, drugs and even terrorist attacks.
The president has also made reference to border agreements with Mexico, Guatemala and El Salvador and highlighted the need to continue building a wall on the southern border that helps contain illegal immigration and end “the terrible lagoons exploited by criminals and terrorists to enter “in the United States.
Trump's speech at the Capitol has been marked by hostility between Republicans and Democrats during most of his speech, which began with the magnate turning his back on the president of the House of Representatives, Nancy Pelosi, when she has offered her hand .
In response, Pelosi, who heads the House of Representatives, the body that has brought forward the impeachment against the president – which he has not referred to during his appearance – has broken Trump's speech. Once it was over.
ECONOMY AND WORK
In his third speech on the State of the Union, Trump has taken chest of his economic policies, as he demonstrates, has said, that with him at the head of the White House the “economy is better than ever”.
“Since the elections, we have created 2.4 million new jobs. Unemployment applications have reached their minimum level in 45 years. African-American unemployment is at the lowest rate ever recorded and unemployment of Hispanic Americans has also reached the lowest levels in history, “he stressed.
Trump has also recalled that, as promised 11 months ago, the government has carried out “the largest tax reform and the largest tax cut in the history of the United States,” which, he said, “provides tremendous relief. to the middle class and small businesses. ”
“Companies do not leave, now everyone has a second chance,” said the US president, who for the past three years has said, “has shattered the decline of the defeatist mentality” in the United States.
Trump has begun his intervention in this matter by ensuring that “socialism will not end the United States health system” and has affirmed, with laughter from the Democratic bench, that he is facing the big pharmaceutical companies.
“One of my top priorities is to reduce the price of prescription drugs. In many other countries they cost much less than we pay in the United States. That is why I have ordered my Administration to make this one of our main priorities. Prices will go down, “he promised.
The president of the United States has also said that he wants to give the terminally ill the “opportunity” to heal in the country, so he will promote access to experimental treatments so that they don't have to “go from country to country looking for a cure.”
In addition, Trump has asked Congress to pass a law to restrict late abortions, claiming “that every human life is a sacred gift from God.”
Trump has begun by explaining that, as the strength of the United States is rebuilt within its borders, it is also necessary to do so outside, where, he said, the country faces “dishonest regimes, terrorist and rival groups such as China and Russia.” , which call into question American interests, economy and values.
“For this reason, I ask Congress to end the dangerous kidnapping of the defense and fully fund our great Army,” he exclaimed.
The president of the United States has insisted that sanctions against the Iranian economy will remain in effect until the Tehran government “abandons its nuclear weapons policy and ceases to spread death and terror.”
“We can help them recover in a short time. Perhaps they are too proud or too dumb to ask for help. Let's see which path they choose,” said the tycoon, who also celebrated the attack that ended the life of Iranian General Qasem Soleimani, at which he has described as “butcher”.
Donald Trump has also boasted of having imposed “severe” sanctions he has called “communist and socialist dictatorships” of Cuba and Venezuela, a country that was attended by one of its citizens, the self-proclaimed “president in charge” of Venezuela Juan Guaidó, on an international tour, whom he called “legitimate president”, while winning the cheers and applause of both Republicans and Democrats.
The tycoon has also had a few words for the “depraved regime” of North Korea, whose “reckless search for nuclear missiles could very soon threaten,” the United States security has predicted.