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Border crisis: Biden now tells migrants ‘Don’t come’ but had a different message in a 2019 debate

A "Biden for president 2020'" flag flies over a migrant camp on the U.S. southern border. Some migrants have said they chose to make the trip to the United States now because Biden won the presidential election. Biden has denied that his campaign rhetoric and policies are fueling the immigration surge. (Griff Jenkins/Fox News).

By Tyler Olson

Fox News

During a 2019 Democratic presidential primary debate, President Biden said that the United States is a country that tells people struggling under oppression or poor conditions, “You should come,” as he argued for a more open asylum policy.

But now, as his administration deals with a crush of migrants on the southwestern border ‒ many being kept in poor conditions similar to those Democrats considered a scandal under the Trump administration ‒ Biden is telling migrants to remain in place.

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