@nytimes
The New York Times
4 days ago
"What was the point of leaving us there, on that corner of the vice president's house?" Watch what one migrant family experienced being bused across the country as part of a political fight between Republican governors and the White House.
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@MdBergeron
Michael Bergeron
4 days ago
@nytimes Take the L.
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@FwhatUsay
CoolBeans
4 days ago
@MdBergeron @nytimes Cool story Michelle
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@MaryFernandez
Mary Fernandez πŸ¦–πŸ¦•πŸ’œπŸ€πŸ’š MMIW #GC
4 days ago
@nytimes If they don’t like it they can go home.
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@CodyCouture12
Cody Couture
4 days ago
@nytimes What was the point of coming to the United States if you’re not going to apply for citizenship or a work visa like every other person doing it the proper way?
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@Used_2B_Sane
DH
4 days ago
@nytimes "Political fight". I guess that is one way to put it. Human trafficking is another
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@CCat2001
CuriousCat2001
4 days ago
@nytimes Both sides!
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@metermike003
Dasvidaniya
4 days ago
@nytimes What they should do is have buses ready. Say "welcome to America " pick a bus any bus . Honestly why is harder for me to Vacation in the USA then illegal migrants just walk over border. Something is seriously wrong with the border. Northern Neighbour
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@CCat2001
CuriousCat2001
4 days ago
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@Asterltz
MMTabrizi
4 days ago
@nytimes It’s not a fight! It’s not two sides! It’s just criminal GOP governors trafficking human beings for political gain!
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@pootswin1
Gideon_UK
4 days ago
@Asterltz @nytimes The main political gain I can see is the exposure of the breathtaking hypocrisy at play here. The Dems are happy to use these economic migrants as political pawns but boy do they kick up a fuss if they have to accommodate their needs in their own towns.
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