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Trump admin. may send migrants to Democratic strongholds in Florida

CBS News Friday, 17 May 2019
Hundreds of detained migrants along the U.S.-Mexico border may soon find themselves in South Florida. A Trump administration plan would move as many as 1,000 migrants per month to Broward and Palm Beach counties. CBS News White House correspondent Ben Tracy joins CBSN to explain the latest.
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Business Insider reports Customs and Border Patrol officials said they have no plans to send migrant families to Florida, after state officials announced that President Donald Trump's administration planned to do so. Reports from the Hill and NPR cited CBP agents who confirmed the agency wasn't...

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