Trump Says U.S. Will Cut Off Aid to Honduras, Guatemala, and El Salvador, Calling Migrants an Emergency

Jordan Kirkland - October 22nd, 2018

Over the weekend, the group, fleeing violence and poverty in Central America, is pushed through Mexico’s southern border, growing in number as they move towards the United States.

Following a brief altercation that featured tear gas and rioting at the Mexico-Guatemala border, the caravan of migrants pushed through, continuing their mass exodus to the United States.

The caravan, which has grown to 5,000 to 7,000 members, was on the move again Monday morning, departing the southern Mexico city of Tapachula.

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