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Chad Wolf, the acting secretary of the Department of Homeland Security (DHS), made clear how the U.S. government would respond if an incoming migrant caravan reached the U.S. southern border.

“Being part of large group, like a caravan, provides no special treatment or benefits to those who participate. Unfortunately, there have been acts of reported violence by some involved in this caravan. The Department is prioritizing the safety and security of our officers and the American people,” Wolf said in a prepared statement released Wednesday.

The article goes on to state the following:

The statement came as hundreds of mostly Honduran migrants are camped out on the Guatemala-Mexico border, hoping Mexican authorities will allow them to pass. However, under immense pressure from the Trump administration, the Mexican government is not allowing them to continue to enter their territory. The strict border enforcement policies have left members of migrant caravan frustrated, and has even led to aggressive confrontations between the two sides.

Wolf said members of the caravan who reach the U.S-Mexico border “will be processed accordingly and quickly removed, returned or repatriated.”

Trump tweeted the statement, adding, “Sorry, if you come you will be immediately sent back!”

Read the full statement below:

Statement from Homeland Security Acting Secretary Chad F. Wolf on Migrant Caravan

(WASHINGTON) Today, Department of Homeland Security Acting Secretary Chad F. Wolf issued the following statement regarding the migrant caravan at the Guatemala-Mexico border. 

“I commend the Government of Mexico for upholding their commitment to increased security and law enforcement at their southern border. The efforts by the Mexican National Guard and other officials have thus far been effective at maintaining the integrity of their border, despite outbreaks of violence and lawlessness by people who are attempting to illegally enter Mexico on their way to the United States. DHS is monitoring the caravan closely, we have dozens of personnel on the ground in Central America assisting local immigration and security officials, which have already led to hundreds of individuals being stopped, apprehended and sent back to their home countries. 

“Being part of large group, like a caravan, provides no special treatment or benefits to those who participate.  Unfortunately, there have been acts of reported violence by some involved in this caravan.  The Department is prioritizing the safety and security of our officers and the American people. Should any members of the caravan reach the U.S-Mexico border, they will be processed accordingly and quickly removed, returned or repatriated.”


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