US President Donald Trump pledged to create 'stronger borders' alongside ‘angel families,’ Americans who had lost family members to crimes committed by illegal immigrants, during a speech in Washington DC on Friday. «For years, their pain was met with silence. Their plight was met with indifference, but no more,» Trump said. «We want safety in our country, we want strong borders, we want people... Еще to come in, but we want them to come in the proper way.» Trump hit back against the media coverage of the separation of migrant families at the US-Mexico border, saying ‘you hear the other side, you never hear this side.’ The President continued to downplay the pain of separated the immigrants by highlighting the plight of the 'angel families' behind him. «They're not separated for a day or two days; these are permanently separated, because they were killed by criminal illegal aliens. These are the families the media ignores,” he said. Trump's administration has been roundly condemned for its treatment of migrants at the southern border after 2,300 migrant children were separated from their parents between mid-April and May. Trump announced a reversal of the policy to separate children from their parents after he signed an executive order on Wednesday.