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After years of Trump’s dire warnings, a "crisis" has hit the border but generates little urgency

A political stalemate over the president’s border wall plan makes small-bore immigration fixes more remote.

By David Nakamura and Nick Miroff, The Washington Post
Families from Guatemala and Honduras wait for their opportunity to apply for asylum. The said the U.S. Customs and Border Protection agents on the American side of the bridge have not given them much information other than they need to wait here.

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