Questions remain about how prepared the U.S. was for wave of Haitian migrants
Last month, a large group of Haitian migrants camped out under a bridge in Del Rio, Texas. Now there are questions about how the U.S. failed to detect their movement to the southern border.
Here & Now‘s Scott Tong gets the latest from James Dobbins, who has been reporting on this crisis for The New York Times.
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