The Latest: Central America leaders want probe of caravans

Discussion in 'Anything Goes Coffee Shop' started by Tall Timbers, Nov 7, 2018.

  1. Tall Timbers

    Tall Timbers Imperfect but forgiven

    The presidents of Guatemala and Honduras are calling for an investigation to identify the organizers of a caravan of migrants who are nearing the Mexican capital on a journey they hope will take them to the United States.

    The two countries have been under intense pressure from U.S. President Donald Trump to clamp down on the caravans.

    Honduran President Juan Orlando Hernandez said Monday that "thousands" of his countrymen have returned to Honduras. Mexico's Interior Ministry said over the weekend it has helped transport around 500 migrants who asked for assistance returning to their countries of origin.

    Money talks. If Trump had done nothing we'd probably have 50,000 or more marching towards our southern border. But he's applied a lot of pressure on the countries south of us including cutting aid to a few countries where the majority of the would be criminal illegals appear to be originating from. Of course, those countries want that aid to get turned back on so they're going to have to do enough to move Trump in that direction...
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  2. Kaatje

    Kaatje Well-Known Member

    Maybe the Leftists can sue those returning for promise-breaking? :D
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