“The border's got no management right now": Arizona cities discuss surge of migrants

"The border's got no management right now"

In the last week, more resources, like the Arizona National Guard, have been sent to the border. They're in the vicinity of the Lukeville Port of Entry working with the Department of Public Safety, but local leaders in border cities say it isn't enough.

The mayor of Nogales and the Cochise County sheriff share what they're seeing at the border.

"The border's got no management right now. Let's just be real, let's come out. I know D.C. and the administration is saying that the border is effectively secure and managed. That is an inappropriate statement," said Sheriff Mark Dannels, who adds that it's only getting worse.

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