About 14,000 Haitian migrants in Texas seeking asylum will reportedly be removed and returned to Haiti by the federal government as the crippled island nation is still battling setbacks from a series of political crises and natural disasters.
Harris is scheduled to stop in El Paso, Texas on Friday, a significant intersection area for migrants traveling to the United States.
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