(Not necessarily related to the migrant caravan in Mexico)
Many Trump opponents are very vocal about opposing the building of a border wall, and about opposing the use of forces to stop migrants from entering. But - what is the proposed alternative?
Suppose (hypothetically, but surely common in real life): A number of undocumented immigrants arrive at the Mexico-US border and begin crossing over into American soil. ***Something ***has to be done. What should the protocol be?
- Let them come in
- Keep them in a temporary living facility until their asylum claims are processed and approved or denied
- Turn them away, with force if need be
Those are the only three solutions that the situation presents, as a practical matter. Which should it be, or should it be another?