President Trump campaigns in Duluth
Trump returns to hardline immigration talkDULUTH, Minn. (AP) — President Donald Trump is returning to his hardline immigration rhetoric hours after signing an executive order that will halt his administration's separation of migrant children from their parents after illegally crossing the border.
Trump is telling a rowdy crowd of supporters in Duluth, Minnesota, "We're going to keep families together but the border's going to be just as tough as it's been."
Trump is continuing to rail against Democrats, claiming they don't care about the negative effects of illegal immigration.
And he's once again threatening to cut aid money to countries for failing to do more to stop migrants from reaching the U.S. border, or making the issue part of the North American Free Trade Agreement negotiations.
Trump has been interrupted several times by protesters who have been led out without incident.