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The Warning the Guatemalan President Reportedly Tried to Give the White House, But They Ignored

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Republican Rep. Tony Gonzales of Texas says he heard from the president of Guatemala, Alejandro Giammattei, who warned that over 80,000 migrants, predominantly Venezuelan nationals, are heading toward the U.S. border ahead of Title 42’s expiration on Thursday. 

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According to Fox News correspondent Bill Melugin, Giammattei also said he tried calling the White House, but the administration was not interested in picking up the phone. 

Melugin said the flood of migrants crossing the border has been nonstop.

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And Mexico's immigration authorities have been unable and unwilling to stop them.

As Center for Immigration Studies' Todd Bensman explains, DHS Secretary Alejandro Mayorkas' many public statements about the border being closed have been unconvincing. 

And it's not just Central and South American migrants he's encountering. 

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As Townhall’s Julio Rosas reported, the Department of Homeland Security’s much-hyped immigration enforcement operation in El Paso, Texas, was a dud


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