Mexican police run as they try to keep migrants from getting past the Chaparral border crossing in Tijuana, Mexico, Sunday, Nov. 25, 2018, near San Ysidro, California. It is the most heavily trafficked land border in the western hemisphere. "You've seen them, they're carrying signs, 'I want a job.' That doesn't qualify for asylum".
President Donald Trump said the US will close its southern border with Mexico if needed, a day after USA agents shot several rounds of tear gas at migrants, some of whom tried to breach a border fence.
Mexico's National Institute of Migration Commissioner Gerardo Garcia confirmed the 98 arrests on his country's side, saying there were "instigators" in the migrant caravan pushing people to illegally cross the border.
This agreement would change long-standing US policy and would place a strong barrier in the path of Central American migrants attempting to reach the United States "fleeing violence and harm", says David Leopold, past president of the American Immigration Layers Association, based in Washington, D.C.
"This is something that our partners to the south need to work with us on, so that we do not have to feel the brunt of this pressure", Judd said.
Mexican officials said the migrants had taken part in "violent" chaos, which originally began as a peaceful march to appeal for the U.S.to speed processing of asylum claims for Central American migrants marooned in Tijuana.
"And that is, give us shelter, give them food, water, medicine, everything that a person needs to be dignified and have a place where they can stay dignified", he said.
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According to the Desert Sun, "hundreds of Tijuana residents" descended on their city's center in a massive protest, begging the Mexican government to deport members of the migrant caravan camped out in Tijuana's streets.
Scott also said agents only resorted to using tear gas to deter migrants after members began to pelt USA officials with rocks.
Protesters were caught between the Mexican and USA authorities.
For instance, actress-turned-activist Alyssa Milano fired a familiar volley at Trump on Twitter: "You tear-gassed women and children, asswipe!" That view featured heavily in his speeches during the midterm election campaign when several were hundreds of miles away, traveling on foot.
Other Democrats complained about threats of "deadly force" against the border incursions, which saw migrants punch through fencing, and launch rocks and bottles at agents who responded to stem the intrusion. "My little girl is sick and I don't even have money for milk", said Joseph Garcia, 32, of Honduras. What do they want me to do?
An average of 70,000 vehicles and 20,000 pedestrians cross from Mexico to the United States at San Ysidro each day, according to the U.S. General Services Administration.
And if the federal government is not capable of helping, Mexico should approach the United Nations for assistance, he said.