Mexican ambassador makes a stunning accusation about migrant caravan from Honduras

The flow of migrants threatens to overwhelm the border and undermine national security the White House said

The flow of migrants threatens to overwhelm the border and undermine national security the White House saidJOHN MOORE GETTY IMAGES

President Trump has threatened to send troops to close the U.S. border with Mexico if the country fails to stop the "onslaught" of migrants from Central America, as White House tensions erupted in a heated exchange between two of his closest aides.

In another, he suggested that the "onslaught" of immigrants could undermine a recently announced reworked trade deal with Mexico and Canada, writing that immigration is "far more important to me, as President, than Trade".

The first US-bound caravan that's packed with Honduran migrants has reached Mexico's southern border, according to a report. Hopefully Mexico will stop this onslaught at their Northern Border.

Trump did not detail his military threat, nor his comments on the trilateral trade deal.

The issue with Trump's threat is that deploying active US military troops for domestic law enforcement duties is illegal, unless he declares a national emergency and is granted a waiver by Congress.

Sri Lankan President calls Modi, rejects assassination attempt reports
He said that such reports were meant to create a rift between the two leaders and mar the cordial ties between the 2 countries. Sirisena reportedly said "the Indian national must be a RAW agent trying to kill me".

Officials in Mexico said anyone in the Honduran caravan who had proper documents could enter the country.

The request came as hundreds of Mexican police faced off across the Mexico-Guatemala border against the vanguard of the caravan, which has grown to some 4,000 people, mostly from Honduras. That caravan dissipated as it approached the US border.

No evidence has emerged of criminal affiliations among the migrants.

On Tuesday, he told Honduran newspaper La Prensa his group were not supporting a new caravan but would aid it if it entered Mexico. Cooperating with the USA on strict border policies has been met with a serious backlash in Mexico and contributed to the election of incoming-President Andres Obrador.

Vaughan stressed that it is a good sign that Mexico is realizing that it has more to gain than lose by cooperating with the USA on border enforcement. Later, he retweeted a video of Mexican federal police arriving at the Guatemalan border and wrote: "Thank you Mexico, we look forward to working with you!"

Kathimerini: US backs Ecumenical Patriarchate in church row
Until now, the other Orthodox Churches have recognized Ukraine as under Moscow's jurisdiction and honored the excommunication.

Their hope is that traveling in numbers protects them from robberies, assaults, extortion and other dangers common to the northward migrant route.

The President is blaming the Democrats, this time around, for encouraging the caravans.

Media captionThe migrant caravan Trump keeps referencing Could Trump close the US-Mexican border? Immigration officials later issued a statement levying property damage allegations against Mujica, who holds dual U.S.

"That will allow us to have a process by which in our border we will make sure that of serving human rights, respecting global law, if there are legitimate claims to refugee, those can be processed in a very clear way".

President Donald Trump, seizing upon a new migrant caravan approaching the United States, sought to frame the midterm elections Thursday as a fight between Republicans who will defend the country and Democrats who would allow undeterred illegal immigration.

Pakistan take self-humiliation to new level as Azhar Ali is dismissed hilariously
Pakistan declared their second innings at 400-9 with Babar Azam (99), Sarfraz Ahmed (81) and Azhar Ali (64) the main run getters. Wellington wicketkeeper Lachie Johns nonchalantly took off the bails as both batsmen were on the ground.

Erika Guevara-Rosas of Amnesty International said in a statement: "Mexican authorities should not take a Trump approach treating people like a security threat".

Latest News