US President Donald Trump threatened Friday to cut off aid and slap sanctions on countries that refuse to accept nationals the US tries to deport.
Trump said during a briefing with Department of Homeland Security officials at the Customs and Border Protection National Targeting Center in Virginia that he knows how to change the trend.
"If they don't take 'em back, we'll put sanctions on the countries, we'll put tariffs on the countries," Trump said. He added: "They'll take 'em back so fast your head would spin."
He's also threatened to cut off aid to the countries, which include China and Sierra Leone.