Caravan Transferring Asylum Seekers Headed to US Border
WESLACO – A Central American caravan of immigrants is en route to the U.S.
President Trump openly expressed his displeasure with Mexico on the caravan making their way through their country to the U.S. without any action by the Mexican government to stop them.
The group is believed to be comprised of about 1,100 Central Americans who are currently in Oaxaca, Mexico.
They are on an annual march to the U.S. to seek asylum.
The caravan is expected to resume travel Wednesday or Thursday.
Watch the news clip above for further details.
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