“How the hell does a coyote bring a whole human across the border?!”

A coyote runs in the animal park of Sainte-Croix on November 22, 2018, in Rhodes, eastern France, as six specimen are recently welcomed for the first time.

Source:   Paul Bois

President Donald Trump referenced “coyotes” helping to smuggle families from Mexico across the southern border into the United States when addressing the topic of illegal immigration during Thursday night’s presidential debate.

“Children are brought here by coyotes and lots of bad people, cartels, and they’re brought here, and they used to use them to get into our country,” he said. “We now have as strong a border as we ever had. We have over 400 miles of brand new wall, you see the numbers. And we have to let people in, but they have to come in legally.”

Following that statement, Twitter lit up with a flurry of confused responses, as users thought the president meant that literal coyotes were smuggling people across the border.

“Since when did coyotes start bringing kids over here?” tweeted Karlous.

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