Taxpayers to spend $24.6 million a month on tent courts in Texas.

The Biden administration on Thursday said it will begin to comply with a federal order to reinstate the Trump-era “Remain in Mexico Policy,” known as the Migrant Protection Protocols (MPP), by mid-November.

MPP requires those applying for asylum in the U.S. to remain in Mexico while they wait for their immigration hearing, which often takes years.

On his first day in office, President Joe Biden suspended MPP, along with other immigration laws and policies, resulting in a record number of people pouring across the southern border illegally.

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In March, Biden told reporters: “Rolling back the policies of Remain in Mexico — I make no apologies for that … I make no apologies for ending programs that did not exist before Trump became president, that have an incredibly negative impact on the law, international law, as well as on human dignity.”


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