Picture of the US-Mexico border fence taken near Ciudad Juarez, Chihuahua State, Mexico (R), and Sunland Park in New Mexico State in the United States (L), on April 5, 2018.
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The Pentagon said Thursday it has established a new body to support President Donald Trump's order to send the military to the southern border, but questions remain about what the deployment will actually look like.Pentagon officials still do not know how many troops will be on the border, whether they will be armed, when they will deploy and how long they will be there.Pentagon planners have been scrambling to find ways to support Trump's surprise edict that he would send the military to the border.
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