Migrant caravan Slides up, Mexico calls in U.S. ambassador

View of the fence that divides Sunland Park in the United States and Ciudad Juarez in Mexico at the Anapra Valley in Chihuahua state

The president suggested that women were being raped in a high profile "caravan" of more than 1,000 migrants that has been making its way through Mexico to the USA border in recent days. [Of Trump's move to position National Guard troops at the border], Mexico's Foreign Ministry has said: "In all of its communications on the topic, the Mexican government has stated to the USA government that if the announced deployment of the National Guard results in the militarization of the border, it would seriously damage the bilateral relationship". "And now they're beating us economically, they are not our friend believe me", he said at the time.

President Donald Trump, speaking at a roundtable on tax cuts in West Virginia on Thursday, tossed away his prepared remarks before saying that migrant women and girls coming to the U.S.

The Mexican leader took a measured tone in his remarks, spoken in front of a Mexican flag, listing the ways his country has worked with the USA, including with Trump, to "modernize" NAFTA and stop transnational criminal gangs and other things. "It's insanity I don't - nobody understands what's going on.so we have to have a strong border", Trump said.

BuzzFeed News immigration reporter Adolfo Flores then tweeted, "I've been with the caravan for 12 days and haven't seen or heard of anyone being "raped at levels that nobody has ever seen before".

Trump, who said a "crisis" forced him to order the troops to the U.S. -Mexico border, said Thursday that a border-bound caravan of about 1,000 migrants fleeing violence in Central America had broken up inside Mexico.

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Mr Trump's tweets criticising the caravan have showered it in far more publicity than its organisers, US-based advocacy group Pueblo Sin Fronteras, ever expected.

The letter, signed by Senate President Ernesto Cordero, called on the Mexican government to suspend bilateral cooperation in immigration matters and the fight against organized crime until "Trump behaves with civility and shows respect to Mexico". "They're not sending you", he said, pointing at the crowd.

"The attitude of militarization seems to us like just one more insult that we Mexicans don't deserve", said Ramon Galindo, the state government representative in Ciudad Juarez, across the border from El Paso, Texas.

Trump also turned his attention to California, referring to an unsubstantiated claim he's made multiple times before, that millions of people illegally registered to vote twice in states where he lost the popular vote. The cultural diversity is a reminder of why people moved here in the first place. "Millions and millions of people", he said. It's basically a city to protect a lot of people that are bad people. Last December, a jury found him not guilty in her death. "It's like it's a war", he added.

"Came in through chain migration or he might have also come in through a lottery".

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