MATIAS ROMERO, Mexico-A caravan of migrants from Central America set out from southern Mexico last week hoping to raise awareness of the suffering many migrants face from poverty and violence at home.
The Mexican government has responded by issuing temporary permits to migrants.
If by "rethink how to help migrants", NBC means "surrender them to Mexican authorities" that story is roughly accurate.
The Mexican Senate on Wednesday "categorically" rejected a U.S. initiative to militarize the U.S. -Mexico border to thwart undocumented migrants.
He plans on getting permission from the Mexican government to travel freely through the country and ask for asylum near the United States border.
Organizers said the caravan will not disperse, instead heading north soon.
"These themes related to migration and border security that he's advanced in the past-the caravan brings many of those together, but this time with a new, salient and highly visible angle", Harold Trinkunas, a senior fellow in the Latin America Initiative at Brookings Institution, told Newsweek.
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Sanders did speak to Fox News, conflating the caravan with smugglers.
Some of the families huddled under tarpaulins and trees at a soccer field here said they were frustrated to learn that the caravan won't reach the border, having counted on the protection offered by the big group.
Attorney General Jeff SessionsJefferson (Jeff) Beauregard SessionsWhite House has aides go on Pirro every week knowing Trump watches: report House Judiciary conservatives infuriated DOJ missed subpoena deadline Kamala Harris asks Ellen if she has any 2020 plans MORE praised Trump on Wednesday for stopping the caravan, even though the destination for most migrants was not the USA border. While some might argue that cutting aid to the Honduran government should happen given last fall's irregular elections and the country's on-going human rights violations, we know that President Trump is not making this threat on those bases.
Organizers say that migrants can now take buses on their own to Puebla, a city south of the capital, where a workshop on immigration law is planned for Friday.
Abeja said the group contained more people from Honduras - where violent protests following a contested election were shut down by military forces - than in previous years.
On Wednesday, the Mexican Foreign Ministry reported that officials repatriated some 400 caravan migrants, sending them back to their native countries. At the time, he was speaking about Mexicans and said outright, "they're rapists". In 2014, the US wrestled with what to do with the more than 68,000 children who had crossed the southern border, many of them unaccompanied. More than 20 people were killed in post-election protests, and Honduras has always been a risky place for activists.
Trump has made the migrant caravan a central theme in tweets. He has also threatened to reduce USA aid to Honduras, the home country of numerous marchers.