Leadership Shakeups at U.S. Immigration Agencies Amid Deepening Crisis at the Border

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Acting Customs and Border Protection chief John Sanders announced his resignation Tuesday, after just two months on the job. He'll be replaced by immigration hardliner Mark Morgan, who's currently the acting director of U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement. The personnel shake-ups come as federal officials scramble to move hundreds of migrant children from a Texas detention facility described by lawyers last week as squalid and inhumane. Meanwhile, the House moved closer toward voting on a $4.5 billion aid package for migrants. We'll discuss the latest developments in immigration news.

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