Are migrants being used as pawns in the US midterm elections? | DW news

Are migrants being used as pawns in the us midterm elections? | dw news

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With just 6 weeks to midterm elections in the United States, Republicans and Democrats are waging a battle over immigration again. In recent months, governors from the states of Texas, Arizona, and Florida, have sent more than ten thousand migrants who have crossed the US border to Democrat cities in the North. Republicans say it’s time for Democrats to share the burden of America’s broken immigration system. But critics argue migrants are being used as pawns in a political stunt.

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