Trump signed a decree on toughening of migration and the reorganization of the army

Mike Pence, Donald Trump, James Mattis

The US President Donald trump on Friday signed a decree, which, according to him, more stringent barriers to the entry of foreign terrorists. About it reports Reuters.

“I’m taking new steps to radical Islamic terrorists has remained outside of the United States of America,” said trump at a ceremony in the Pentagon. The President was accompanied by Vice-President Mike Pence and Secretary of defense James Mattis.

“We want our country to accept those who will support our country and to love our people”, — the President added.

In addition, trump signed a decree, which, he explained, provides for the beginning of the restructuring of the armed forces of the United States. The plan, he said, provides “new aircraft, new ships, new resources and new tools for our men and women in military uniform”.

The contents of the decrees are not yet available.

During his election campaign, trump has repeatedly stated that it plans to deport roughly 11 million people living illegally in the United States. He also made tough statements against the Islamists.