U.S. Getting Help Stopping Flow Of Illegals

File: Migrant families, mostly from Central American countries, wade through shallow waters after being delivered by smugglers on small inflatable rafts on U.S. soil in Roma, Texas, (AP Photo/Dario Lopez-Mills)

A Texas congressman is applauding a move by the Biden administration to reduce the tide of Central American migrants to the U.S.

The administration has struck an agreement with Mexico, Honduras and Guatemala to move security forces to their borders and set up internal checkpoints in an effort to stem the flow.

Republican Congressman Tony Gonzales says this is an important step. Gonzales says the U.S. needs to keep expelling migrants, instead of allowing them to stay in the country.

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