October 20, 2021
By Ellen M. Gilmer
Critics of President Joe Biden’s handling of immigration got their first chance Tuesday to examine his nominee to head a key border agency.
Chris Magnus, the president’s pick to lead U.S. Customs and Border Protection, appeared before the Senate Finance Committee, where he faced aggressive questioning from Republicans concerned about how the Biden administration is managing record numbers of unauthorized border crossings.
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