Small Texas Border Town Is Route to USA for Migrant Children

U.S. President Donald Trump gestures as he and first lady Melania Trump depart the White House to board Marine One ahead of the inauguration of president-elect Joe Biden in Washington U.S

"You have to stop the flow, you have to tell mother that she will no longer be released in the United States". "It's who we are", he said.

Lesdny Suyapa Castillo, 35, said through tears that she would return to Honduras with her 8-year-old daughter, who lay under the gazebo breathing heavily with her eyes partly open and flies circling her face.

Along the way, we met a mother just moments after she stepped onto USA soil - her 5-year-old daughter clenching her hand. A friend in NY encouraged her to try again. "The truth is, the number of individual asylum seekers and immigrants seeking to come to this country is the SAME or LOWER than it was in 2019 when Trump was President (and you were, apparently, Senator)", O'Rourke tweeted.

Border Patrol facilities are so overcrowded that, in recent days, agents have started temporarily holding hundreds of families under a bridge near McAllen, where migrants detained overnight are sleeping on the dirt. "They've been shining their flashlights at us, they're yelling at us".

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Sen. Ted Cruz (R-Texas) inadvertently spawned an onslaught of memes this week following a visit to the U.S-Mexico border.

In normal times, migrants are returned to Mexico under bilateral agreements that limit deportations to daytime hours and the largest crossings.

Barrasso said that he and his colleagues would be performing a "midnight patrol" of the border.

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"I will commit to transparency, as soon as I am in the position to implement what we are doing", the president said at a news conference this week. "However, a lot of it is like any other USA city". "Having personally gone this week, I can testify to this being an inhumane, unsustainable and unsafe situation".

Tamaulipas, which includes Reynosa, is among five Mexican states that the U.S. State Department says American citizens shouldn't visit. "That's the most humane form of immigration where you don't have people making this risky trek, and literally it shows you what bad policy can do to a country". But six of 10 people in migrant families encountered by authorities in February were allowed to stay in the seek asylum.

"He's one of the guys, like Putin, who thinks that autocracy is the wave of the future, (and) democracy can't function in an ever-complex world", Mr Biden said.

Maeco's family was expelled to the streets of Reynosa at 3 a.m. Saturday.

Biden held his first press conference on Thursday - more than two months into his Presidency - where he answered questions on immigration, China, and gun control.

"We're at the Rio Grande; the water is right behind me", Cruz begins.

Mexico's migrant protection agency, Grupos Beta, persuaded many overnight arrivals to be bused to a distant shelter.

This ludicrous and tragic charade on the southern border is half of the current administrations vast and pointless game of pretense, in which it denies the existence of one huge crisis, while grimly and tediously proclaiming the iron duration of another crisis that has in fact, largely passed. "No. 2, they're coming because of the circumstances in their country".

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