Tuesday, 27 October 2020

Melania Trump moved by tale of six-year-old Costa Rican boy abandoned in the Arizona desert

'Wow, very sad': Melania Trump exclaims 'oh God' at seeing a photo of the six-year-old Costa Rican boy who was abandoned in the Arizona desert with just a bottle of Coke and note reading 'I am looking for my mother'.

Melania Trump was visibly moved by the tale of a six-year-old Costa Rican boy found abandoned in the desert in Arizona, during her visit in Arizona Thursday to visit border patrol facilities.

Abandoned: This is how U.S. Border Patrol found the six-year-old Costa Rican boy, abandoned in the Arizona desert

US Border Patrol agents came across the boy on Tuesday, June 20, just north of the Mexican border, west of Lukeville, as he sat all alone by the side of the road.

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The First Lady was shown pictures of the boy during a visit to a Customs and Border Patrol facility in Tucson, Arizona, on Thursday.

Rodolfo Karisch, Chief Patrol Agent of the Tucson Sector Border Patrol showed Mrs Trump a photo of the unnamed boy, telling her he had been dumped by his uncle with nothing but a bottle of Coke and a note.

Despite the searing heat, the boy can be seen wearing jeans and a long-sleeved top in the photograph. Melania looks at the photo above

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‘Oh God,’ local news website AZ Central reported Mrs Trump as saying. ‘It’s incredible, as young as six years old, you know, someone would leave them. Wow, very sad.’

Despite the searing heat, the boy can be seen wearing jeans and a long-sleeved top in the photograph.

Rodolfo Karisch, Chief Patrol Agent of the Tucson Sector Border Patrol shows Mrs Trump a photo of the unnamed boy at a U.S. Customs and border and protection facility in Tucson

The boy reportedly told agents he was on his way to see his mother in the US, and that his uncle had dropped him off without any food or water.

The note in his hand, written in Spanish, read: ‘I am looking for my mother’.

The young boy was carrying this hand-written note saying ‘I am looking for my mother’

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The boy, whose name had not been released, had been transported to a Tucson center for further processing, and is reportedly in good condition.

During her visit to the Tucson facility, Mrs Trump held a roundtable discussion with Border Patrol, Immigration and Customs Enforcement, the U.S. Marshals Service and a local rancher.

‘I want to thank you for all your hard work. I know how difficult and dangerous your daily jobs are,’ Melania Trump told agents. ‘I am here to support you and help any way I can.’

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