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Trump Administration Hopes Cybersecurity Staffers Will Deploy To US-Mexico Border

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Trump Administration Hopes Cybersecurity Staffers Will Deploy To US-Mexico Border

Trump Administration Hopes Cybersecurity Staffers Will Deploy To US-Mexico Border

The Trump Administration is looking at cybersecurity staffers from the Department of Homeland Security for help.

The administration wants them to go on “short-term deployments” to the U.S.-Mexico border.

The deployments would last between 30 and 45 days and would help the “ongoing surge of migrants.” According to Business Insider, this request comes after a failed attempt to get more volunteers.

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