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Migrants to march on border and attempt to cross today as Trump vows potential border closure

Elements of the migrant caravan expected to reach the physical border on Sunday in California. (PEDRO PARDO/AFP/Getty Images)

President Trump tweeted late Saturday that no one will be allowed to cross the border into the U.S. without being properly processed, and vowed that he would close the entire southern border with Mexico if the situation there gets out of hand. On Sunday, at noon ET, there is a group from the caravan expected to march on the point of entry in San Ysidro, California, Fox News has reportedly confirmed.

Fox News said that they have confirmed through one of the organizations supporting the march, Pueblo Sin Fronteras, "that members of the caravan are expected to march peacefully to the point of entry at San Ysidro," on Sunday to attempt to cross the border into the U.S.

The news comes after confusion on Saturday, when it was reported President Trump had reached a deal with Mexico over their housing the members of the caravan until such time as they can be processed and their cases adjudicated by the American courts. Authorities with the incoming Mexican government later denied that reporting and said there was no deal in place.

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