T he announced that they will cut foreign aid to El Salvador, Guatemala and Honduras after they have not taken the necessary measures to restrict illegal immigrants coming to the United States.
Spokeswoman Morgan Ortagus said they would not continue the support until the Trump administration saw "concrete action to reduce the number of illegal immigrants coming to the US border" from the three countries.
Ortagus said the United States will complete funding for current projects, but plans to finalize funding for future projects.
The state department will work with the congress to upgrade the funds.
The completion of new foreign aid to Mexico comes as the Trump administration seeks to force Mexico and Central American countries to crack down on illegal immigration.
Mexico and the United States recently concluded a border agreement to help reduce illegal immigration at the US southern border. Mexico's president said he would sell the former administration's "luxury presidential plan" to help pay for the deal.
A senior immigration analyst said the United States expects over 1