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Overall border arrests have risen to their highest monthly levels in two decades, although those numbers are inflated by repeat crossers who were previously expelled. Hurtado’s boat was bigger than most but wasn’t in good shape, according to another border official. Hurtado wasn’t able to control the boat any longer, according to two of the migrants on board. Eberardo and his wife, Maria, had two daughters, both U.S. The smuggling ring told him it would pretend the cabin cruiser was a tourist boat, and advised Eberardo to dress the part. Oh, boy, wave stocking cap oh boy,’ Trump told House Speaker Paul Ryan as he held it in his hands after his U.S. You are so lucky I’m president,’ he told the crowd. For now, however, the Pensioner’s wooden chairs and plush red benches are empty, and it’s hard to imagine a time when they’ll be full once again with drinkers sitting elbow to elbow, leaning in close to chat over the din of the pub. Heitke said smugglers are using a range of watercraft, including local wooden fishing boats known as pangas, pleasure crafts and even jet skis. The U.S. Coast Guard and state and local agencies rushed to the scene. The president’s plans set aside $160 billion for a nationwide vaccine program that’s been helping state and local governments get the vaccine into people’s arms.

If Biden is unwilling, as he has expressed in the past, to support putting conditions on military assistance to Israel – or even pause the current arms sale to give Congress a chance to review it, as Democrats on the House Foreign Affairs Committee have requested – then Congress must step in to do so anyway. On Sunday, the event was delayed then cancelled altogether, a reaction to the carnage from day one. Eberardo was interviewed by border authorities and then held for around two months in a San Diego prison as a material witness in the case against the captain. All the migrants were Mexican, bar one Guatemalan national, which is reflective of the demographics of recent sea crossings, said Aaron Heitke, chief patrol agent for the Border Patrol in San Diego. Hurtado didn’t speak Spanish, the migrants said, so Eberardo said he helped translate, although his own English is shaky.

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