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U.S. Plans to Send Transportation Security Staff to U.S.-Mexico Border

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U.S. Plans to Send Transportation Security Staff to U.S.-Mexico Border

According to the Reuters, the Trump administration plans to redirect hundreds of Transportation Security Administration staff, including air marshals, to the U.S. southern border to assist with immigration duties and migrant flows.

The TSA border assignment will last at least 45 days and comes at the start of the summer travel season, which a U.S. official acknowledged carried “some risk." TSA staff will include 175 law enforcement officials and as many as 400 security staff.

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U.S. Plans to Send Transportation Security Staff to U.S.-Mexico Border

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