After blocking the most engaged border crossing of the States and firing tear gas randomly among the crowd by the authority of the United States, US President Donald Trump said that Central American migrants who want to establish asylum in the US should be sent back to their motherland by Mexico.

The expelling incident of the migrants became serious while a group of migrants rushed to the border fencing at the border city of Mexico near Tijuana. This was the latest episode in a venture that has scarred the strict immigration line of Trump, against the thousands of migrants who have followed their path to the north through Mexico from the poverty-stricken Central American countries.

Agitation and anxiety had been generating in Tijuana and in this sensible situation, Trump said the migrants would have to back to their homeland until the claims of their individual asylum were decided in the United States. There would be a remarkable reversal in the specific asylum policy that could keep the migrants of Central America in Mexico for more than a year.

Trump tweeted, “Mexico should move the flag-waving Migrants, many of whom are stone cold criminals, back to their countries. Do it by plane, do it by bus, do it any way you want, but they are NOT coming into the U.S.A. We will close the Border permanently if need be. Congress, fund the WALL!”.

Later Trump informed the reporter in Mississippi at an event that he would be compelled to close the border if the Central American Migrants “charge ” the barrier.

Trump said, “ We would close it and we’ll keep it closed if we’re going to have a problem. We’ll keep it closed for a long period of time”.

An incoming deputy interior minister Alejandro Encinas said, “ We should be objective, whatever happens, they will stay in Mexico. Migrants have rights and we will respect them”. The Chief Patrol agent of US border, Rodney Scott in San Diego told CNN the majority of gatherings of the migrants at the border were from economic class and they would not qualify for asylum. He also included that there were some children and females.

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