Past Features

August 18, 2017

President Trump may visit
the border next Tuesday
A non-profit, charitable, IRS 501 c (3), group wants him to visit them

August 15, 2015 -- Glenn Spencer flies airplane near the Mexican border in Arizona ---Photo (by Mark Levy) appeared in the Washington Post on August 25. -- The Go Trump sign was added in anticipation of a visit by the Trump campaign to American Border Patrol's ranch.
KTAR -- August 17, 2017
GOP: Trump could visit Mexico border during Phoenix rally visit next week
    Phoenix --- President Donald Trump will pay a visit to the Arizona-Mexico border next week during a trip to Phoenix to host a campaign rally.
    “I'm told that he (the president) will be visiting the border,” Arizona Republican Party Chairman Jonathan Lines said.
    Lines did not say which specific area Trump planned to visit. E-mails to the White House were not returned.
    The border has been a keystone of Trump's policies. He promised to build a wall along the U.S.-Mexico border during the campaign and issued an executive order shortly after taking office to start construction.
    In July, the U.S. House passed a spending package that designated $1.57 billion for the wall.
    Trump was scheduled to host the re-election rally at the Phoenix Convention Center on Tuesday at 7 p.m.
    “We hope that we can invigorate the party,” Lines said of the event.

Glenn Spencer -- August 18, 2017
The President Should visit American Border Patrol
 Two years ago, candidate Donald Trump's campaign had planned to visit American Border Patrol for a demonstration of border technology, but had to postpone the visit due to scheduling conflicts. It never happened.
    Since then, many news organizations have come to see this technology including the Voice of America, U.S. government-funded is a U.S. government-funded international news source that serves as the United States federal government's official institution for non-military, external broadcasting. (Wikipedia)
    I might also mention visits from foreign countries such as Denmark, Norway, and Japan --- they visited ABP on Pearl Harbor Day.
    And there were many others, including Spanish-language TV from the U.S. and Mexico.
    Two years ago, Donald Trump promised to send someone to see American Border Patrol's border technology in action, but was never able to follow up.
    We hope, as president, he will keep that promise --- but make the trip himself.
    I think America would be interested in learning about ABP --- for the first time --- from the President of the United States --- since Fake News has refused to mention our work to help protect America.