Trump-Era / Remain Mexico / Mexico / President Biden

The U.S. is restarting the Trump-era "Remain in Mexico" policy that was used to force 70,000 asylum seekers across the border to Mexico. The policy stranded thousands of families in squalid camps, with reports of rape and kidnappings. President Biden once called it inhumane.

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