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Republican Gov. Ron DeSantis caught off guard Thursday when he was notified by the U.S. Border Patrol, which moved hundreds of migrants from the Mexican border, and in two South Florida counties.
DeSantis, who is close to President Trump, especially since the presidential race, his consent to the helped him to the top in 2018, gubernatorial elections, said he would complain to him about the Agency the decision.
“This was not something that came down from the White house. This was something that came out of the Agency. Sometimes this stuff is happening. It’s something I’m going to have to talk to the President,” DeSantis said on Friday during a press conference, said that he heard of the new plans by the media and made a call to the President on Thursday.will ultimately
In two weeks, Broward, and Palm Beach County can begin, the admission of immigrants, also according to DeSantis, recently signed a law prohibiting sanctuary cities and promised to help Federal immigration authorities, trickle the control of illegal immigrants across the U.S.-Mexico border.
FILE – In this 2. In April 2019, file photo, immigrants from Central America, the asylum bus apply for in San Antonio. The Trump-government has been warned to prepare two counties in Florida, for an influx of immigrants at the border. Plans to the Federal government to transport more than 100 immigrants per week, Broward and Palm Beach counties, two largely democratic counties in Florida. The administration of the house no means to or feed. (AP Photo/Eric Gay, file)
“I think, it is said, we control our resources, schools, health care, law enforcement, government entities,” DeSantis.
The Palm Beach County Association of Chiefs of Police wrote a letter on Thursday, complaining to the Governor that an influx of the migrants had a “direct effect on the potential homeless numbers and today’s challenges for our school district.”
The increase in migrants over the border has taxed the Texas border institutions, pushing them to move the migrants elsewhere for processing. Edited to be given by migrants to make an appointment with the court, and may stay with family members in the state, you seem to expect.
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Still, DeSantis, he insists to stay is to stay “to crack cooperative” with measures on illegal immigration, even if parts of Florida referred to have been, for migrants goes through the processing.
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The Associated Press contributed to this report.