Frustrated bipartisan lawmakers travel to Mexico City to discuss border security

MCALLEN, Texas — Frustrated U.S. lawmakers will arrive in Mexico City on Sunday to echo the Biden administration’s concerns and demands on immigration enforcement that White House and Cabinet officials expressed to their Mexican counterparts.

With a renewed sense of urgency following a two-day tour of the Rio Grande Valley region of the border, House Foreign Affairs Chairman Mike McCaul (R-TX) and three other Texas representatives said they will visit Mexico City to impress upon President Andres Manuel Lopez Obrador and others the need to deter and turn away illegal immigrants headed north.

“Tomorrow, we will be flying down to Mexico City to meet with President Andres Manuel Lopez Obrador and to meet with the presidential candidates to talk about how we can change this policy and return to policy where we can stop the flow, where we
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