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Pence confronted with nearly 400 men crammed behind caged fences in Texas

CBS News Saturday, 13 July 2019
Pence confronted with nearly 400 men crammed behind caged fences in TexasVice President Mike Pence spent hours touring border patrol facilities on Friday, including the Donna tent city outside McAllen, Texas. In the second holding facility, the vice president was faced with nearly 400 men crammed behind caged fences with not enough room for them all to lie down. The men told reporters they'd been held there for nearly 40 days, and that they were hungry. Mireya Villareal reports
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News video: VP Pence Visits Detained Migrant Facility In Texas

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Vice President Mike Pence viewed an overcrowded, foul-smelling facility in Texas for detained migrants. Nearly 400 men are currently detained at the McAllen, TX facility after being accused of crossing the U.S. border illegally. According to Reuters, the men did not have mats or pillows and some were...

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