Migrant caravan marches on with '14,000 now on way to US'

Mexican officials estimate that some 14,000 people are now part of the migrant caravan slowly marching its way towards the United States.

They say about 7,000 migrants are currently making their way through southern Mexico, with another 7,000 on their way from Guatemala and Honduras.

The caravan travels about 40 miles a day through the sweltering heat.  It will take nearly a month, or longer, to reach the U.S. border.

President Trump has threatened to send military forces to 'shut down' the border if necessary to stop the caravan from entering the U.S.

Do you think the caravan is a danger to the U.S.?  What will happen when it reaches the border?

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