Trump's immigration agenda includes reducing legal immigration levels - cutting the current inflow of about one million annual legal immigrants in half - to increase wages for American workers, building a wall along the U.S. -Mexico border, ending the Visa Lottery which randomly gives out 50,000 visas to foreign nationals every year, and ending birthright citizenship to stop the children of illegal aliens from being rewarded with U.S. citizenship.
About 1,300 migrants in a second caravan arrived in Mexico City, where they had their first day of rest in weeks Tuesday.
To the thousands of Central American migrants making their way toward Mexico's Pacific coast state of Nayarit, the prospect of meeting a hostile reception at the border is nothing new. "They want to throw rocks at our military, our military is going to fight back".
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On Thursday, 1,100 Marines from Marine Corps Base Camp Pendleton were deployed to the U.S. -Mexico border to support border security, mainly by installing concertina wire and pre-positioning jersey barriers, barricades and fencing under Operation Secure Line.
Indeed, migrants have hopped aboard so many different kinds of trucks that they are no longer surprised by anything.
Of those, about 1,000 are on or near the border in south Texas. The migrants have come about 1,500 miles (2,400 kilometers) since they started out in Honduras around October 13.
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While they previously suffered from the heat on their journey through Honduras, Guatemala and southern Mexico, they now trek along highways wrapped in blankets to fend off the morning chill. Some migrants initially refused to get off the buses that took them to the toll plaza, but police arrived and threatened them to exit the buses. They piled onto flatbed trucks, hung from vehicle carrier trailers and even stacked themselves four levels high on a truck that usually carries pigs. On Monday, a few boarded a truck carrying a shipment of coffins, while others squeezed into a truck with narrow cages used for transporting chickens. Larger groups are expected to arrive in the coming days, human rights organisations said.
On Monday, Mexican Interior Minister Alfonso Navarrete Prida met with other Cabinet members and the head of a business council to discuss job opportunities that could be offered to members of the caravan who decide to remain in Mexico.
Central American migrants, part of the caravan hoping to reach the USA border, get a ride on a truck carrying rolls of steel rebar, in Irapuato, Mexico, Nov. 12, 2018. Some 533 migrants had requested a voluntary return to their countries, the government reported.
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