Trump: No courts for undocumented immigrants

- President Donald Trump is not backing down from his assertion that undocumented immigrants should not be given due process.

On Monday night, the president held a rally in South Carolina, where he made it clear that he wants migrant families stopped at the border and sent right back home.

"What about the thousands of people that have gone through this process that are waiting on line to come into our country and then we're going to  let these people pour in?" the president said. "We have no idea who they are."

This comes as the Trump administration scrambles to figure out how to reunite thousands of children and their parents who have been separated at the border since May. Trump continues to throw the blame on Democrats.

"The Democrats want to protect illegals coming into this country, some of whom are not good," Trump told his South Carolina supporters. "Some of whom cause lots of problems."

Democrats continue to blame the president for the controversy at the border, even though he signed an executive order last week to end widespread family separation.

Rep. Maxine Waters, D-California, has called on her supporters to publicly harass members of the president's team.

Over the weekend, White House press secretary Sarah Huckabee Sanders was dining at the Virginia restaurant Red Hen when the owner asked her to leave.

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