March 29, 2021
By Julio Rosas
It was October of 2020 when I had last seen Mark Morgan in person. We were in El Paso and he was acting commissioner of U.S. Customs and Border Protection (CBP) showing off the difference between the old barriers and the new wall system that were being built by order of then-President Trump.
I had asked Morgan what he thought was going to happen at the U.S.-Mexico border if Joe Biden became president. In short, Morgan said there was going to be another crisis due to his campaign promises, such as halting deportations and stopping border wall construction.
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