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- US Sen. Ted Cruz suggested mobilizing the National Guard to the southern border where thousands of Central American migrants are making their way toward the US.
- Cruz suggested sending the National Guard or amassing more Border Patrol agents, citing former presidents.
- A United Nations spokesman said more than 7,000 migrants have joined the caravan.
- Trump tweeted on Monday that Mexican authorities failed to halt the flow of migrants, and suggested, without citing evidence, that “criminals and Middle Easterners” are mixed in with the travelers.
US Sen. Ted Cruz on Monday suggested beefing up resources on the southern border to help thwart a “serious threat” from thousands of Central American migrants who recently entered Mexico and are making their way toward the US border.
The Texas Republican suggested mobilizing the National Guard or amassing more Border Patrol agents as the caravan continues to make its way north.See the rest of the story at Business Insider
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