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US Republicans push to expand Trump's border wall


Republican lawmakers pass an immigration package that would restart stalled construction of Donald Trump's southern border wall as the United States braces for a sudden increase in migrant crossings from Mexico. The Secure the Border Act of 2023, which advanced from the Republican-led House of Representatives on a roughly party-line 219-213 vote, would reintroduce several signature Trump-era measures, from completing the wall to bolstering asylum restrictions. IMAGES

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