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Trump Administration Considering New Ban Along U.S.-Mexican Border

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Trump Administration Considering New Ban Along U.S.-Mexican Border

Trump Administration Considering New Ban Along U.S.-Mexican Border

The ban now being considered would turn back to Mexico all people who cross the border illegally, not just those seeking asylum.

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