Border Patrol now on track for record breaking 2 million arrests

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The number of migrants arrested at the US-Mexico border has already exceeded last year’s record — and is on pace to top 2 million for the first time ever, according to the Biden administration. Border Patrol reported 181,552 arrests last month, a 5.6% drop from the 192,418 reported in June. With two months left to go in fiscal year 2022, the agency has already made more than 1.81 million arrests — well above the previous record of 1.66 million over the 12-month period ending Sept. 30 of last year.
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Border Patrol now on track for record breaking 2 million arrests

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Border Patrol now on track for record breaking 2 million arrests

U. S. Border Patrol agents are on track to arrest more than two million illegal migrants by the time the fiscal year wraps up on Sept. 30.

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