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From Johnny@21:1/5 to All on Fri Sep 30 07:57:59 2022
By Adam Shaw
Published September 29, 2022
Former President Bill Clinton says "there is a limit" to how many
migrants the U.S. can accept before it causes disruption.
Clinton spoke on a CNN podcast and was asked by host Fareed Zakaria
about "economic migrants" who are "gaming" the asylum system.
"There is a limit to how many migrants any society can take without
severe disruption and assistance, and our system is based much more on
an assumption that things would be more normal," the former president
Clinton said that when he was a boy and a young man, Mexican migrants
would move back and forth across the border to work in agriculture "and
it worked for people." But he conceded that the situation was now very different.
"It’s an old story, but now you've got the largest number of refugees
since World War II because of Syria and now Ukraine and other
problems," he said.
Clinton also noted the recent surge in migrants from Venezuela that has increased in recent months.
"What’s happening in Venezuela, more than 2 million refugees pouring
into first Colombia then nearby countries, has created unprecedented