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Robert C. Koehler: Trapped at the border: Their fate is our fate

You’d think that the “border crisis” begins and ends as a problem for Americans.

Oh, what to do, what to do? All these people showing up at our back door, trying to get in. They want to take our jobs, drink our water. . . . And think about the dangers they pose for the new president.

“For a relatively popular Biden administration,” the New York Times pointed out the other day, “the recent surge of migrants at the southern border has emerged as a glaring vulnerability.”

That is, if he’s not as tough as Trump, he could be declared “soft on immigration.” Wow, what a stain on your

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