Ada Trillo began following the Central American caravan after hearing Trump's anti-immigration rhetoric, calling her art a form of "peaceful protest."
The "Late Show" host turns to song and dance in his latest presidential takedown.
Twitter users chided Trump after he cited a segment from Fox News' morning show "Fox & Friends."
You don't need a mad weatherman to know which way the wind blows.
The former first lady addressed the migrant caravan, journalism, "candidates who ran races with grit" and more on her Instagram.
Carlson ranted against those who want to admit the world’s poor "even if it makes our own country poorer, and dirtier, and more divided."
“That's not true, neither of those things are true," Marie Harf told Jason Chaffetz.
And it appears they're only ramping up that fearmongering rhetoric.
"In too many countries, the issue of migration is used to divide societies and advance a populist agenda," the editor of the Lancet said.
Tear gas provides a smokescreen for governments suppressing popular movements, from civilians protesting police brutality to refugees seeking asylum.
The newly elected congresswoman suggested the senator visit the National Museum of African American History and Culture.
Medical experts say tear gas can cause serious physical and psychological harm in children.
The senator tried to school the incoming congresswoman after she pointed out the history of asylum seekers in the U.S.
It's unclear if the rule would stand up in court after a federal judge this week ordered the government to process all asylum applications.
President Trump has deployed thousands of troops to the U.S.-Mexico border to respond to caravans of migrants seeking asylum.
President Trump launched a high-profile troop deployment ahead of the midterms. Now it's winding down.
The president said asylum seekers can't be serious if they're waving flags from their home countries.
“There’s no point in revisiting the campaign itself,” the Texas senator told HuffPost.
The GOP senator, who retires in January, added: "This wasn’t an issue that Congress was involved in, it was an executive decision."
Several hundred people made it to Tijuana on Tuesday.