113 suspected members of notorious gang MS-13 were locked up by the Salvadoran government on the eve of President Trump’s visit to Long Island to discuss their power in the States.
The announcement was made following U.S. Attorney General Jeff Sessions’ visit to the country,
Home to the MS-13 since its formartion in the 1980s.
Trump plans to address police and lawmakers about the gang
On Friday at Suffolk County Community College in Brentwood.
Deputy Attorney General Robert Hur said at a White House press briefing
It speaks volumes that the Attorney General has traveled to the nerve center of MS-13.