But the Post quoted Olga Sanchez Cordero, Mexico's interior minister-designate, as saying Mexico's new government had accepted the policy as a "short term solution" to the issue of Central American migration - which has been dramatized in recent weeks as thousands of USA -bound Central Americans have made their way north through Mexico in caravans.
Olga Sanchez Cordero, also the top domestic policy official for president-elect Andres Manuel Lopez Obrador who takes office on December 1, told Reuters that the incoming government was in talks with the United States but emphasised that they could not make any agreement since they were not yet in government.
Mexico's president-elect had agreed to a Trump-administration plan that would make Central American asylum-seekers stay on the Mexican side of the border while waiting to be legally admitted to the U.S., the president had said Saturday.
Trump said on Twitter late Saturday that migrants at the border wouldn't be allowed into the USA until their claims were heard in court, a process is usually lengthy.
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"Mexico has open arms and everything, but imagine, one caravan after another after another, that would also be a problem for us".
U.S. Military stand in line for a drill near the Otay Mesa Port of Entry, Calif., on November 15, 2018. "All will stay in Mexico".
Trump reiterated that only those who are eligible for refugee status would be allowed in the United States.
Migrants from poor Central American countries moving towards the United States in hopes of a better life, walk along the road between Zapopan and Tequila in the Mexican state of Jalisco, on their trek north, on November 13, 2018.
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Meanwhile, the government of the state of Baja California has identified 7,000 jobs for which migrants could possibly earn income while they await hearings in the U.S.
The White House did not comment on the reported deal on Saturday.
"No "Releasing" into the US", Trump said in a tweet late Saturday.
Stephanie Leutert, director of the Mexico Security Initiative at the University of Texas at Austin, described the "Remain in Mexico" plan as a strategy to take away the ability of migrants to live and work in the USA while cases are processed.
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Tijuana officials anticipate that as many as 10,000 Central American migrants could eventually converge on the city and be stuck there for months as they seek to file asylum claims in the United States, a time-consuming process.
It added that under the new rules, an applicant whose asylum claim is denied would not be allowed to return to Mexico but would remain in United States custody pending immediate deportation to his or her home country.
A migrant man pushes a child in a stroller past a cordon of riot police as he joins a small group of migrants trying to cross the border.
"Leaving asylum seekers stranded in Mexico will put them in danger", said Lee Gelernt, a lawyer for the American Civil Liberties Union. He tweeted, "our very strong policy is Catch and Detain".
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