Good Tuesday morning. Here are some of a stories creation news in Washington and politics today.
• The incoming boss of Mexico, Andrés Manuel López Obrador, has built his domestic career on fortifying a poor. But as President Trump vows to keep thousands of migrants from channel a border, his commitments are already being tested.
• The conflict during a San Ysidro limit channel in Southern California, where rip gas was used to deter migrants, highlights a doubt of what rights migrants have when they strech a border. Here are answers to some pivotal questions about a situation.
• The special counsel’s bureau asserted on Monday that Paul Manafort, Mr. Trump’s former debate chairman, had lied to a sovereign authorities given reaching a defence agreement, violating a terms. Read about a growth in his case.