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Pelosi Blames Trump For Border Crisis: ‘What The Administration Has Inherited Is A Broken System At The Border And They Are Working To Correct That’

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House Speaker Nancy Pelosi pointed fingers at former President Donald Trump, insinuating that he’s to blame for the crisis at the border during an appearance on ABC News’ “This Week” Sunday.

“This is a humanitarian challenge to all of us,” she said. “What the administration has inherited is a broken system at the border and they are working to correct that.”

Biden’s latest correction, announced Saturday by Homeland Security Secretary Alejandro Mayorkas, includes a government-wide effort to house migrant children with support from the Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) as numbers continue to rise.

The speaker confirmed there are nearly 600 to 700 more migrant children currently approaching the southern border which triggered the president’s directive to send FEMA to facilitate the transfer of kids from border care facilities and into safe homes.

“This, again, is a transition from what was wrong before to what is right,” she explained.

Pelosi said the Biden administration is attempting to uphold the standards of the U. S. Refugee Resettlement Program by putting in place a system that accommodates and respects it while ridding the nation of what the administration considers Trump’s “cruel” approach.

Under Biden’s open-border policies and promises to provide asylum for those seeking it, the U. S. has witnessed a massive influx of migrants at the border, causing an overflow in detention facilities. According to Daily … (Read more)

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