What do people in California think about the migrant caravan pushing north through Mexico with the goal of crossing the southern border into America?

Fox Nation host Tomi Lahren hit the streets of Los Angeles to ask people about the caravan -- which is estimated to be around 7,000 people -- and the ongoing national debate over border security and immigration enforcement.

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Some respondents said they could understand why people in other countries would want to come to the United States, and one man expressed doubt that any significant number of them are "bad hombres," a term once used by President Trump.


Another man, however, said that if this caravan is allowed to enter the U.S., it will only incentivize other migrants to head for the border.


"Take care of the American people first and foremost before we deal with anybody else's countries and their problems," one man said.


As for Trump's long-promised border wall, one woman said border walls in general are "just wrong"...


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