They're here! Trump's border patrol repels hundreds of migrants from first Honduran caravan as they reach Tijuana and try to scale huge fence into America (28 Pics)

  • Migrants in a caravan of Central Americans arrived in Tijuana by the hundreds Wednesday, getting their first glimpse of the robust U.S. military presence  
  • Trump dispatched 5,000 troops in weeks before the election - plan is to position 15,000 active duty military
  • Jeff Flake called Trump's deployment of active duty troops to the border a 'stunt' and 'unfortunate' 
  • Largest caravan is still 1,000 miles from the border - members have been making their way through Mexico
  • Video shows the migrants sitting atop a border fence and a few apprehensions
Migrants in a caravan of Central Americans arrived in Tijuana by the hundreds Wednesday. A migrant scales the wall above
Two Central American migrants walk along the top of the border structure separating Mexico and the United States Wednesday in Tijuana, Mexico
Israel Celaya, of Colon, Honduras, washes off in the Pacific Ocean along the border wall separating Mexico and the United States in Tijuana, Mexico Wednesday
A few migrants sit on top of the border fence as patrol boats are seen in the background along the U.S.-Mexico border in Tijuana Wednesday
A Central American migrant sits on top of the border structure separating Mexico, left, and the United States, right, as U.S. Border Patrol agents look on, right Wednesday
Agents with the U.S. Border Patrol Tactical Unit (BORTAC) stand guard behind the border fence between Mexico and the United States, as seen from Tijuana on November 14
Central American migrants moving towards the United States in hopes of a better life, are seen near the U.S.-Mexico border fence in Playas de Tijuana, Mexico, on November 14
U.S. Border Patrol agents, left, speak with two Central American migrants as they sit atop the border structure separating Mexico and the United States, Wednesday
A migrant, who claimed not to be part of the Central American migrants moving towards the United States in hopes of a better life, walks on the U.S.-Mexico border fence in Playas de Tijuana, Mexico, on November 14
A migrant walks on the U.S.-Mexico border fence in Playas de Tijuana Wednesday
US Defence Secretary Jim Mattis said Tuesday he will visit the US-Mexico border, where thousands of active-duty soldiers have been deployed to help border police prepare for the arrival of a 'caravan'
Central American migrants move towards the United States along the border fence in Tijuana, Mexico
Migrants moving towards the United States in hopes of a better life on November 14
A migrant is seen Wednesday. Many of the new arrivals were waiting in Tijuana for the caravan leaders to arrive and provide guidance on their immigration options to the U.S.
Agents with the U.S. Border Patrol Tactical Unit stand guard behind the border fence between Mexico and the United States, as seen from Tijuana, Mexico November 14, 2018
The first arrivals generally received a warm welcome from Tijuana, despite the fact that its shelter system to house migrants is at capacity. Migrants are pictured Wednesday
Central American migrants are seen siting behind the US-Mexico border fence Wednesday
Migrants from a caravan of Central Americans mainly from Honduras congregate on the border fence in Tijuana November 14
Migrants, part of a caravan of thousands trying to reach the U.S., sit on top of the border fence between Mexico and the United States, in Tijuana, Wednesday
'We don't know where the caravan – if it makes it north, is going to come,' Flake said. However above migrants can be seen speaking with troops having reached the border
The first migrant caravan advances through the northwest of Mexico as the US has reinforced its military presence at the border
On orders from President Trump, the Pentagon dispatched thousands of U.S. troops to the southern border
US marines place barbed wire atop fencing along the United States-Mexico border in San Ysidro, California, on November 9, 2018
Migrants from poor Central American countries -mostly Hondurans- moving towards the United States in hopes of a better life, are seen near the U.S. border in Playas de Tijuana, Mexico, on November 13, 2018
They're here! Trump's border patrol repels hundreds of migrants from first Honduran caravan as they reach Tijuana and try to scale huge fence into America (28 Pics) They're here! Trump's border patrol repels hundreds of migrants from first Honduran caravan as they reach Tijuana and try to scale huge fence into America (28 Pics) Reviewed by STATION GOSSIP on 05:05 Rating: 5

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