The logistics of the Trump administration’s border surge

The U.S. Department of Homeland Security has spent $5.6 million on logistics and other services for the administration’s new border surge, including two buses to transport migrants to their destination, according to a report Wednesday by the Wall Street Journal.

The White House, DHS and DHS inspector general’s office did not immediately respond to requests for comment.

The Department of Defense is providing logistical support to the Trump White House and the DHS, according the WSJ.

It’s unclear how many migrants the buses would carry or how many they will bring to the border.

The DHS, DHS inspector chief’s office and the inspector general did not respond to CNNMoney’s request for comment about the buses.

The buses were not the only part of the administration that will have to deal with migrants trying to get to the U.s. from Mexico.

The Trump administration announced earlier this week that the department will build a “virtual border wall” at the border with Mexico, which is expected to be a major barrier against migrants trying the same route to the United States.

The U-turn comes as President Donald Trump’s administration is working to convince the U-S-18 NATO allies that it’s possible to keep a military alliance together after years of fighting wars in Afghanistan and Iraq.

The wall is expected in the coming weeks, according CNN.