Biden blasted for ‘monumental disaster’ as 11,000 migrants head for US-Mexico border

Biden blasted for ‘monumental disaster’ as 11,000 migrants head for US-Mexico border

Biden blasted for ‘monumental disaster’ as 11,000 migrants head for US-Mexico border

Daily Express says PRESIDENT BIDEN has suffered a blow ahead of his Summit of the Americas as one of the largest migrant caravans heads towards the US-Mexico border.

Due to the organised nature of a migrant caravan, the larger it is, the safer it is for migrants who are under threat of human and drug traffickers forcing them to work for them. Joe Biden is hoping that the summit this week in Los Angeles will address regional migration and economic challenges in hopes to repair the damage done by Donald Trump to Latin America relations.

However, Mexican President Manuel Lopez Obrador confirmed on Monday that he would not be attending the convention in an act of protest after leaders from Cuba, Nicaragua and Venezuela were not invited.



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