A US Border Patrol officer stands in front of the fence that divides the US and Mexico at Friendship Park in San Diego, California. File photo: AFP A US Border Patrol officer stands in front of the fence that divides the US and Mexico at Friendship Park in San Diego, California. File photo: AFP
A US Border Patrol officer stands in front of the fence that divides the US and Mexico at Friendship Park in San Diego, California. File photo: AFP
US immigration

California to pull state troops from Mexico border in apparent riposte to Donald Trump, US media reports

  • Follows similar move by New Mexico, which ordered most National Guard troops home after governor called president’s immigration crisis claim a ‘charade’

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A US Border Patrol officer stands in front of the fence that divides the US and Mexico at Friendship Park in San Diego, California. File photo: AFP A US Border Patrol officer stands in front of the fence that divides the US and Mexico at Friendship Park in San Diego, California. File photo: AFP
A US Border Patrol officer stands in front of the fence that divides the US and Mexico at Friendship Park in San Diego, California. File photo: AFP
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