For asylum advocates, border expulsions strain faith in Biden

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By Mica Rosenberg and Kristina Cooke NEW YORK (Reuters) – Confused and tired-looking toddlers clung to their parents at Port-au-Prince airport in Haiti on Tuesday, among the 360 family members rapidly expelled from the U.S. over the past three days. These scenes came after U.S. border agents on horseback on Sunday used whip-like reins to block Haitian migrants wading across the Rio Grande with food and supplies from Mexico to a squalid encampment with nearly 10,000 people on the Texas side. The images triggered anguish among some current U.S. officials interviewed by Reuters who said they once…

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