Boosting the battle over the border wall decision in a telecasted Oval office speech to the nation, the US president Donald Trump mentioned to the killing of an Indian-American police official in California by an illegitimate immigrant as he claimed $5.7 billion for sponsoring the wall on the border with Mexico for keeping the country safe.

Mr. Trump stated the circumstances at the border as a “ developing crisis” abusing for millions of Americans.

A 33-year-old, Indian-origin police official, corporal Ronil “ Ron” Singh was killed by a shot in a traffic checking during Christmas festival, by the illegal Mexican immigrant named Gustavo Perez Arriaga while he was plotting to escape to his native Mexico.

The US President Donald Trump told in his address, “America’s heart broke the day after Christmas when a young police officer in California was savagely murdered in cold blood by an illegal alien, who just came across the border”.

“The life of an American hero was stolen by someone who had no right to be in the country.”

He also referred more criminal activities by the illegal trespassers as he has decided to make moves for driving home his point.

Mr. Trump said in his address, “There is a growing humanitarian and security crisis at our Southern border”.

He told, “This is a humanitarian crisis – a crisis of the heart and a crisis of the soul”, highlighting that the federal government “remains shut down for one reason and one reason only: because Democrats will not fund border security. ”

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