MIGRANTS 'KNOCK AT FRONT DOOR' FOR ASYLUM AFTER TRUMP CRACKDOWN

Officials at shelters in border cities told Reuters there was a rising number of people waiting, often for weeks, to make asylum pleas to immigration authorities at official border crossings.

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