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Women Are Getting Raped 'At Levels Never Seen Before' During Border Crossings

Women Are Getting Raped 'At Levels Never Seen Before' During Border Crossings

That's also when contenders for the July 1 presidential election chimed in, inserting Trump into an election that has largely been about local issues. Everybody said, oh, he was so tough. I used the word rape.

Apparently indicating the caravan, he added: "Yesterday, it came out where this journey coming up, women are raped at levels that nobody has ever seen before".

To explain that all, I reached out to CNN's Leyla Santiago, who is in Mexico and covering the caravan. There is no evidence either are true.

President Donald Trump on Thursday defended what was perhaps his most notorious remark on the campaign trail about Mexicans - a comment that was widely perceived as racist and helped solidify his reputation as an immigration hardliner. In addition, DACA is not dead because recipients can still renew their status with the Department of Homeland Security. So we have to change our laws.

One caravan participant, Erasmo, told me he left Honduras because of threats from gangs, and nothing can stop him at the US/Mexico border, not even the US National Guard.

On Thursday he ordered 2,000 to 4,000 National Guardsmen to the border - drawing a bitter reaction from Mexico. "We're going to have the wall".

The Mexican government said in a statement late Tuesday that its immigration policy "is not subject to pressure", but noted the caravan "began to disperse by decision of the participants".

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He then ran off to avoid being spotted by U.S. Customs and Border Protection.

Volunteer doctors and nurses with the nonprofit A Good Group of People Organization have set up a truck outside a church in Puebla, Mexico, that has turned into a temporary shelter for several hundred migrants from Central America traveling in a caravan. They typically start off with a lot of people, and participants drop off at different points along the route. They're bringing drugs. They're bringing crime. At the time, he was speaking about Mexicans and said outright, "they're rapists". But the boy's mom said she hoped to continue on to Tijuana, and after that maybe they would try and cross over into the US and apply for asylum. More than 20 people were killed in post-election protests, and Honduras has always been a unsafe place for activists. They always like to say that's a conspiracy theory. "Really bad. You look at Kate Steinle you look at so many bad people", he said, referring to a case in which an undocumented man was accused of shooting and killing a woman in San Francisco in 2015.

The just over 1,000 migrants who now make up the caravan - many traveling in families of up to 20 people - have been camped in the southern town since the weekend, deciding their next move in the face of daily attacks from Trump.

Trump made the claim that Saipov helped 23 people immigrate to the U.S. through family-based or "chain" migration in November - federal authorities were not able to confirm this.

The whole operation took less than two minutes.

He threw the piece of paper with his remarks into the air, to laughter from the crowd at the event.

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