DHS to Fly 250 Migrants Per Week to Central Mexico Rather Than Releasing Them at Border




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  • 2020-01-14 15:32:17Z
  • By National Review
DHS to Fly 250 Migrants Per Week to Central Mexico Rather Than Releasing Them at Border
DHS to Fly 250 Migrants Per Week to Central Mexico Rather Than Releasing Them at Border  
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