US Military to Build 6 Tent Cities Near Border for Migrants

The U.S. army goes to present and construct tents to home 7,500 migrants at six places close to the border, NBC News reported.

A Defense Department spokesperson confirmed that the Department of Homeland Security made the request and a Defense official stated Acting Secretary Patrick Shanahan is anticipated to signal the request.

The tents will in all probability not be on army bases, and Immigration and Customs Enforcement, not the army, will probably be accountable for migrant detention and custodial help.