TOPSHOT - Central American migrants -mostly Hondurans- run along the Tijuana River near the El Chaparral border crossing in Tijuana, Baja California State, Mexico, near US-Mexico border, after the US border patrol threw tear gas from the distance to disperse them after an alleged verbal dispute, on November 25, 2018. - US officials closed the San Ysidro crossing point in southern California on Sunday after hundreds of migrants, part of the "caravan" condemned by President Donald Trump, tried to breach a fence from Tijuana, authorities announced. (Photo by GUILLERMO ARIAS/AFP/Getty Images)

The world was shocked when border patrol agents - on orders from the Trump administration - launched tear gas at asylum seekers attempting to cross the border. Pictures showed the immigrants - many of whom were children - covering their eyes and running away from the gas.

Now, the United Methodist Church Building in Washington, D.C. is joining the chorus of voices against violence toward asylum seekers.

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Good Morning America interview with Ivanka Trump, November 2018 (ABC News/YouTube)

In an ABC News interview for Good Morning America, reporter Deborah Roberts spoke at length with First Daughter and White House adviser Ivanka Trump. Topics ranged from Ivanka Trump's own agenda for her tenure at the White House to her father's policies and rhetoric.

Of particular interest was the younger Trump's reaction to images from the border, which she called "devastating." However, when asked about her father's authorization of the use of lethal force, she claimed it never happened.

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President Donald Trump speaks to the press in Biloxi, Mississippi November 27, 2018. (White House/YouTube)

After photos from Sunday's border incident between United States forces and migrants drew public outcry, President Donald Trump defended the use of tear gas against migrants on the Mexico side of the border fired by United States law enforcement on the US side.

Trump stated:

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After U.S. border agents deployed tear gas against migrants seeking asylum in the United States, Geraldo Rivera went on Fox News on Monday to speak some truth about the propagandistic way in which the network has covered the migrant caravan.

Rivera said the refugee crisis in Central America is not a "media issue" that "goes to my soul."

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Tomi Lahren speaks during Politicon at the Pasadena Convention Center in Pasadena, California on July 29, 2017. Politicon is a bipartisan convention that mixes politics, comedy and entertainment. (Photo by: Ronen Tivony)

Fox News commentator Tomi Lahren sparked a firestorm on Monday after she took to Twitter to praise the use of tear gas by the United States Border Patrol on asylum-seeking refugees.

American Border Patrol agents fired canisters of tear gas - a chemical weapon banned in warfare - on migrants seeking asylum in the United States.

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Fred Guttenberg, whose daughter Jaime was among those murdered in Parkland, Florida in February, blasted President Donald Trump for instructing U.S. troops to treat rocks thrown by migrants inside Mexico as if they were bullets being fired from rifles.

The president on Thursday said that members of the caravan have been "viciously and violently" throwing rocks at Mexican soldiers and that the American troops Trump plans on stationing along the border will not tolerate rock-throwing.

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Fox News

Fox News Network may be known for stoking the fears of its majority-conservative viewers and bolstering the falsehoods put forth by President Donald Trump, but at least one host is setting the record straight.

Shepard Smith assured viewers on his show, Shepard Smith Reporting, that despite the president's fear mongering, the migrant caravan currently traveling on foot from Central America to the United States is not an "invasion," nor are they a threat to the nation.

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