In this May 13, 2004, file photo, Jose Aguilar, and his wife, Maria, read a book with their children Jose Jr.,7, and Jennifer, 9, at their home in National City, Calif. (AP Photo/Sandy Huffaker, File)
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U.S. President Donald Trump Wednesday said he would fight all the way to the Supreme Court to end a constitutional guarantee of citizenship for people born on U.S. soil, stepping up his anti-immigrant offensive in the final stretch before key midterm elections. With control of Congress at stake in the Nov. 6 vote, Trump has sought to energize his base by portraying migrants as a national security threat, ordering thousands of soldiers to the southern border and pressuring Mexico to halt groups of migrants headed for the U.S.The U.S. Supreme Court has upheld the citizenship of children born in the United States to immigrant parents.The migrant groups that Trump has sought to cast as a threat to the United States are still in southern Mexico, hundreds of kilometers from the U.S. border.
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