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Trump administration considers tapping U.S. TSA funds for border

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Trump administration considers tapping U.S. TSA funds for border

Trump administration considers tapping U.S. TSA funds for border

According to Reuters, the U.S. Department of Homeland Security is considering tapping more than $230 million from the TSA to fund operations on the U.S.-Mexico border if Congress fails to approve additional funding.

The White House on May 1 asked Congress for $4.5 billion in emergency funds to address the rising number of people crossing the southwestern border with Mexico.

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