U.S. Senate confirms Biden’s border chief amid record migrant arrests -Breaking
WASHINGTON (Reuters] – On Tuesday, the U.S. Senate approved the appointment of the Arizona Police Chief to the top U.S. border office. The vote was close and came in a party-line vote. President Joe Biden is dealing with records at the U.S./Mexico border as well as criticisms from both right and left about his immigration policies.
Tucson Police Chief Chris Magnus, 61, will become commissioner of U.S. Customs and Border Protection (CBP), the 60,000-person agency that oversees the country’s border security, trade and travel. CBP is U.S. Border Patrol’s parent agency. Many agents are against what they call Biden’s less welcoming approach to immigration.
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