>> More migrants from the so called Caravan continue to trickle into the US. As of Wednesday, 25 asylum seekers, most of them women and children, have reached American soil. Lifting the spirits of the more than 100 members of the Caravan left on the Mexican side of the border, who camped out in the cold for a third straight night.
These migrants have traveled about 2,000 miles through Central America on a journey that has angered President Trump, who wants to tie in migration laws to make it harder for people to claim asylum. On Tuesday, May Day protesters in Los Angeles decried President Trump's immigration crackdown as an assault on the vulnerable.
Many also railed against the uncertain status of roughly three-quarters of a million young immigrants brought to the US illegally as children, and now facing possible deportation.>> We must secure our borders->> Trump is under pressure to keep his word on rescinding the Dreamer's program. On Tuesday, Texas and six other Republican governed states sued the Trump Administration to try to end former President Obama's deferred action for childhood arrivals program, more commonly known as DACA.
In the meantime, courts have ruled that the program can stay in place for now. And back at the border, US law obliges the government to hear out the asylum claims of the people camped at the port of entry, despite Trump's orders to keep the migrant caravan out of the country.