Mexico ‘increasingly concerned that they’re getting invaded’ by world’s immigrants: McCaul

The Mexican government views the crisis affecting its border with the United States as an invasion of its own southern boundary, according to a senior U.S. lawmaker.

House Foreign Affairs Chairman Michael McCaul (R-TX) led a bipartisan congressional delegation to Mexico City this week and told the Washington Examiner that Mexican President Andres Manuel López Obrador had shared a growing frustration with how the immigration crisis was affecting his country.

“They’re increasingly concerned that they’re getting invaded by Central America, Venezuela, Haiti, and all these other countries,” McCaul said in an interview Friday following his return.

McCaul said it was the first time he heard Mexico say, “We know it’s a problem for you all, but it’s our problem, too, and we want to work together with you on this.”

McCaul described a “lengthy” and “productive” meeting with AMLO,
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