Trump without the hair? EU's migration policy gets rough

A migrant shouts slogans as he is blocking the railway track at the Greek-Macedonian border, near the village of IdomeniBy Paul Taylor BRUSSELS (Reuters) – Europe’s emerging migration policy is looking increasingly like Donald Trump without the hair. Except that, unlike the Republican presidential frontrunner, who wants to make Mexico pay for a wall to keep migrants out of the United States, the Europeans are willing to pay their neighbor Turkey to do the job for them. Seven months and a million migrants after Chancellor Angela Merkel declared a “welcome culture” for Syrian refugees in Germany, the European Union is rushing to erect “No vacancy” signs along its internal and external borders.

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