"Arrest, Detain And Deport": Donald Trump On People Entering US Illegally

'March of the Migrants' draws over 1000 Hondurans to US border

The group of some 2,000 Honduran migrants hit the road in Guatemala again Wednesday, hoping to reach the United States despite President Donald Trump's threat to cut off aid to Central American countries that don't stop them.

He added that the United States has told Guatemala, Honduras and El Salvador that they will stop proving them with aid if they allow their citizen journey to the U.S. with the intention to enter illegally.

Trump also threatened foreign aid to Honduras at that time.Ultimately, migrants from that group crossed the United States border and asked for asylum.Leaders of the new caravan told CNN en Español that it formed spontaneously and was organized through social networks.

After those encounters, Mexico's immigration authority sent out a fresh warning late Monday that the migrants would have to satisfy Mexican officials individually and that only those meeting requirements would be allowed to enter.

The Central Americans refugees said they were fleeing violence and poverty in Honduras and seeking a better life in Mexico and the United States. The Trump administration congratulated Hernandez on his victory in December after a month-long standoff with his opponent, who also claimed to have won the November election.

In an interview with Reuters, Hernandez lamented that prior usa commitments to step up investment in Honduras, Guatemala and El Salvador had been scaled back since Trump took office. The Hondurans said their goal was to reach the USA border and apply for asylum.

Mexico said it intends to stop the caravan.

The group was met by about 100 Guatemalan police officers, some in riot gear, at the border.

The plan is to cross Guatemala and reach Tapachula in southern Mexico to apply for humanitarian visas that allow people to cross the country or get asylum, Fuentes said.

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Anyone entering the United States illegally would be arrested, detained and then deported back, President Donald Trump has warned as he threatened three Central American nations to halt a migrant caravan from heading to America or lose millions of dollars in foreign aid.

More than 1,000 people, including families and women carrying babies, set off on Saturday from Honduras towards the United States in a mass migration march.

They pushed across the border into Guatemala on Monday, despite a heavy police presence and government order attempting to block their route. For fiscal year 2019, Washington has earmarked $65.7 million in aid to Honduras for security, democracy building, human rights and economic and social development programs. "Told him USA will not tolerate this blatant disregard for our border & sovereignty", Pence said. Many had already planned to leave Honduras and also felt traveling in numbers could lessen chances of falling victim to robbery and assault that often plague migrants.

"What Trump says doesn't interest us", Fuentes said.

Guatemala said in a statement October 14 that it doesn't promote or endorse "irregular migration".

Guatemalan President Jimmy Morales said Wednesday that he had spoken twice with U.S. President Mike Pence.

Since 2014, the United States has committed $2.6 billion in aid for Honduras, Guatemala and El Salvador.

But U.S. officials - and President Trump - warned the marchers.

"Whatever the caravan's origins, some in the United States will be quick to raise alarms about a supposed risky immigrant invasion, and use that to try to influence the upcoming USA elections", Frank said.

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