A top U.S. border official said on Tuesday he expects more than a million migrants will arrive at the U.S.-Mexico border this year, a sign of a growing humanitarian challenge for President Joe Biden on the southwest border.
If the figures reach 1 million, it could mirror an increase in border crossings in 2019 during Donald Trump’s presidency, when nearly 978,000 migrants were taken into custody, exceeding that figure by tens of thousands.
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