Listen: Mexico to issue limited humanitarian visas to migrants
"There's word immigration officials in Mexico or planning issue humanitarian visas and limited basis starting tomorrow to some of the approximately twenty five hundred Central American and Caribbean immigrants in their southern state of Chiapas this as a president threatens to shut down US border crossings with Mexico unless Mexico prevents Central American migrants from reaching the US border. Meantime, three Central American nations of the target of presidential scrutiny. The State Department has told congress it's looking to suspend aid payments to El Salvador, Guatemala and Honduras acting White House chief of staff, Mick Mulvaney, tells ABC's this week. We need the northern triangle countries to do more about not allowing people into Mexico. They can help us. We need them to do that. If not it makes very little sense for us to continue to send them aid. But Senator dick Durbin tells NBC's meet the press, the US should be focused on helping Central America. Where three countries are dissembling before is people are desperately coming to the United States. The president's cutting off aid to these countries will not solve"