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(Studio: Anderson Cooper; Tijuana, Mexico: Leyla Santiago) Breaking news on the request from Mexico for the US to investigate the use of non-lethal weapons on the border & the legal process for those seeking asylum discussed; scenes shown from a makeshift shelter for the 5,000 migrants from Central America; details given of Jessica's story about the impact of tear gas on the children at the border. [Tijuana Mayor Juan Manuel GASTELUM- comments on the use of force.]
(Studio: Anderson Cooper) Live discussion held with CNN's former Trump campaign adviser Steve Cortes & former US Immigration & Citizenship Service dir. Leon Rodriguez about the migrants. [RODRIGUEZ - offers views on the use of tear gas, butt this is a humanitarian crisis, how these immigrants fear for their lives from "private violence".] [CORTES - offers views on how Mexico offered asylum to the Hondurans, who are probably economic migrants so they need to get in line for immigration, on the reasons for asylum.]
- Cooper, Anderson;
- Santiago, Leyla
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