You Won't Believe What the Migrant Caravan is Now Doing at the U.S.-Mexico Border
Per the Daily Wire:
As many as seven couples in the LGTBQ community were wed, the Telegraph reports. Among them were Pedro Nehemias Pastor de Leon from Guatemala and Erick Alexander Duran Reyes from Honduras.
"This is a dream come true because in our countries you don't see this and it's something we have always wanted and today we had the opportunity and are very happy," de Leon says in a video posted on the British newspaper's website.
Some 3,000 people from the first of the caravans have arrived in Tijuana near San Diego and many hope to apply for asylum in the United States. But President Trump has vowed to keep them out and has dispatched troops to the border to repel them.
Asked Tuesday about those troops, Trump said: "Don't worry about the Thanksgiving. These are tough people. They know what they're doing and they're great and they've done a great job."
On Monday, a federal judge ruled the Trump administration could not deport refugees who cross the southern border illegally, saying they should still be allowed to apply for asylum.
The decision is all but certain to prompt a legal challenge from the White House.