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Over 1,000 in ‘Caravan’ Marching on U.S.-Mexico Border

The president tweeted about the group marching through Mexico towards the U.S. border on Monday morning. CNN reported on the 'caravan.'

By NTK Staff | 04.02.2018 @1:57pm

“People Without Borders,” a group of over 1,000 Central Americans, is marching through Mexico toward the U.S. border with the intent of seeking asylum from Mexico or the United States, according to a CNN report.

“For this group in particular, working with Pueblas sin Fronteras, this group out of San Diego, they’re getting a lot of attention,” CNN’s Layla Santiago reported. “It’s quite a big group. We’re talking about more than 1,000 people.”

Currently, the group is “about 2,000 miles south of the U.S. and Mexico border,” Santiago said.

The group’s aim is “raise awareness,” she claimed, before adding that some were marching to the U.S. border to “seek asylum.”

President Trump tweeted about the large group marching on the U.S. border, warning that “our country is being stolen.” He called on Mexico to stop the march:

CNN’s Wolf Blitzer noted the caravan has become an “annual event.”

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