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27 November 2018, 12:34 | Tara Lloyd
Many of the migrants are women and children. But President Trump is tweeting about them being"stone cold criminals. Mario Tama Getty Images
As the caravan of Central American migrants made their way to the San Ysidro port between San Diego and Tijuana on Sunday, U.S. Customs and Border Protection officers tried stopping people from rushing the border.
However, groups grew frustrated after realizing they wouldn't receive permission, so they headed toward the border fence - with U.S. CBP responding with tear gas.
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More than 5,000 migrants are now residing in the border city of Tijuana, according to reports, which has drawn the ire of the mayor.
He said the US Border Patrol's use of force policy allows agents to use tear gas, but added the incident would be reviewed. Colburn is the former national deputy chief of U.S. Border Patrol, according to an online bio.
The Washington Post had reported Saturday that the Trump administration and the incoming Mexican government had reached a tentative deal, called "Remain in Mexico", which would hold asylum seekers in Mexico while their claims are being processed.
Some 7,400 of the migrants are now gathered in the Mexican border state of Baja California, in the cities of Tijuana and Mexicali, and tensions had been rising in recent days amid a series of daily protests.
Some migrants have been trying to present themselves to United States immigration authorities for asylum, but the USA only processes 100 asylum applications a day, leaving thousands on the waiting list.
The San Ysidro Port of Entry - the busiest land border crossing in the western hemisphere, according to the federal government - was shut down for around five hours Sunday.
Tijuana Mayor Juan Manuel Gastelum on Friday declared a humanitarian crisis in his border city of 1.6 million, which he says is struggling to accommodate the crush of migrants.
Dozens of migrants who illegally crossed the USA border this weekend as part of a chaotic rush at one of the boundary's busiest entry points are now in custody, a senior Homeland Security official toldFox News. The Ministry of Interior said the main caravan has 8,247 people, with 7,417 of those located in Tijuana or nearby Mexicali. The incident began with a march to the border that organizers said would be peaceful. The president hit out again Monday by threatening a permanent shutdown of the frontier. During his presidential campaign, he promised he'd have Mexico pay for a wall. A young woman fell to the ground unconscious, and two babies cried, tears streaming from the gas. McAleenan said he was not aware of any successful illegal entries by caravan members into the US. Others continued to approach the border and were repelled by more tear gas.
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