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    from https://www.foxnews.com/politics/illegal-immigrants-biden-admin-amount-greater-population-36-states

    7.2M illegals entered the US under Biden admin, an amount greater than population of 36 states
    The total number of illegal immigrants who have entered the US under
    President Biden is larger than almost every American city
    Chris Pandolfo By Chris Pandolfo Fox News
    Published February 20, 2024 4:23pm EST


    Fox News captures migrants streaming over mountain into US
    Fox News national correspondent Bill Melugin has the latest on the
    migrants entering the U.S. through the California border on 'The Story.'

    Nearly 7.3 million migrants have illegally crossed the southwest border
    under President Biden's watch, a number greater than the population of
    36 individual states, a Fox News analysis finds.

    That figure comes from U.S. Customs and Border Protection, which has
    already reported 961,537 border encounters in the current fiscal year,
    which runs from October through September. If the current pace of
    illegal immigration does not slow down, fiscal year 2024 will break last
    year's record of 2,475,669 southwest border encounters — a number that
    by itself exceeds the population of New Mexico, a border state.

    The total number of southwest land border encounters since Biden assumed
    office in 2021 is 7,298,486, CBP data shows.

    That is larger than the population of 36 U.S. states, including Alabama, Alaska, Arkansas, Colorado, Connecticut, Delaware, Hawaii, Idaho,
    Indiana, Iowa, Kansas, Kentucky, Louisiana, Maine, Maryland,
    Massachusetts, Minnesota, Mississippi, Missouri, Montana, Nebraska,
    Nevada, New Hampshire, New Mexico, North Dakota, Oklahoma, Oregon, Rhode Island, South Carolina, South Dakota, Tennessee, Utah, Vermont, West
    Virginia, Wisconsin and Wyoming.

    MIGRANTS CAUGHT ON NEW VIDEO STREAMING DOWN REMOTE CALIFORNIA
    MOUNTAINSIDE TO ILLEGALLY CROSS THE BORDER

    Migrants sent back to Mexico by Texas National Guard
    Migrants are sent back by the Texas National Guard to the Rio Grande
    after entering El Paso, Texas, from Ciudad Juarez, Chihuahua state,
    Mexico, on Thursday, Feb. 8, 2024. A surge in immigration has fueled a humanitarian crisis and emerged as a key issue in this year's
    presidential election, with Republicans ramping up their attacks on
    President Joe Biden's handling of rising border crossings. (Justin Hamel/Bloomberg via Getty Images)

    Compared to the largest U.S. states, the 7.3 million number is about
    18.7% of California's population of 39 million, 23.9% of the state of
    Texas and its 31 million residents, 32.3% of the population of Florida
    and 37.3% of New York. It's more than half the size of Pennsylvania,
    Illinois and Ohio.

    Were the number of illegal immigrants who entered the United States
    under President Biden gathered together to found a city, it would be the second-largest city in America after New York. And the total does not
    include an estimated additional 1.8 million known "gotaways" who evaded
    law enforcement, which would make it bigger than New York.

    Taken together, nearly 10 million migrants have crossed into the U.S.
    illegally during the Biden administration, a record Biden's critics
    assert could only be achieved by intentionally refusing to enforce the law.

    "This unprecedented surge in illegal immigration isn't an accident. It
    is the result of deliberate policy choices by the Biden administration,"
    said Eric Ruark, Director of Research for Numbers USA, a nonprofit that advocates for immigration restrictions.

    The Department of Homeland Security did not respond to a request for
    comment.

    MIGRANT CRISIS: NOEM SENDS NATIONAL GUARD TO SOUTHERN BORDER'S ‘WARZONE’

    Migrants cross razor wire in Texas
    Groups of migrants of different nationalities arrive at the Rio Grande,
    to cross it and surrender to the American authorities, since elements of
    the Texas National Guard no longer prevent their passage in Ciudad
    Juarez, Mexico on Feb. 19, 2024. (Christian Torres/Anadolu via Getty Images)

    Republicans and anti-illegal immigration activists have for years blamed
    Biden for allowing the current overwhelming surge of migrants by
    reversing former President Donald Trump's border policies. The Biden administration has denied responsibility for the crisis and pointed to
    external "push" factors like violence and economic instability in South
    and Central America as the culprit responsible for vast waves of
    migration to the U.S.

    However, the president's critics say migrants face more of a "pull"
    factor in the form of job opportunities and government benefits because
    they know they will not face deportation under Biden's lenient policies.

    "The administration has refused to enforce existing immigration law and
    taken every opportunity to aid and abet illegal border crossings —
    through policies such as catch-and-release, mass parole, and offering
    temporary work permits to tens of thousands of foreigners who make
    dubious claims for asylum," Ruark told Fox News Digital. "In actual
    effect, the United States government is completing the human smuggling
    and trafficking process for the Mexican cartels."

    Migrants cross body of water on way to U.S.
    Two person and child try to cross a body of water as groups of migrants
    of different nationalities arrive at the Rio Grande, to cross it and
    surrender to the American authorities, since elements of the Texas
    National Guard no longer prevent their passage in Ciudad Juarez, Mexico
    on February 19, 2024. (Christian Torres/Anadolu via Getty Images)

    Ira Mehlman, a spokesman for the Federation for American Immigration
    Reform (FAIR), said migrants have learned in the last three years that
    they won't face deportation for entering the country illegally.

    "They have sent the signal that if you come to the U.S. illegally, if
    you abuse the asylum system, you'll be released into the country and
    allowed to remain here, in most cases given work authorization," Mehlman
    said. "Even if you neglect to show up for your hearings, the odds of you
    being removed are negligible. The president claims he doesn't have the authority to enforce our laws. He absolutely does. He is deliberately
    not enforcing those laws."

    LARGE MAJORITY OF ILLEGAL BORDER CROSSING SHIFT TO ARIZONA AND
    CALIFORNIA, PIVOTING AWAY FROM TEXAS

    Illegal immigrants crossing into Texas
    Groups of migrants of different nationalities arrive at the Rio Grande,
    to cross it and surrender to the American authorities, since elements of
    the Texas National Guard no longer prevent their passage in Ciudad
    Juarez, Mexico on February 19, 2024. (Christian Torres/Anadolu via Getty Images)

    Biden has called on Congress to pass new laws he claims would let him
    solve the border crisis. He endorsed a bipartisan deal in the Senate
    that included an "emergency border authority" to mandate Title 42-style expulsions of migrants when migration levels exceed 5,000 a day over a seven-day rolling average. It would have also limited the window for
    people to apply for asylum, provided immediate work permits for asylum
    seekers and funded a massive increase in staffing at the border and more immigration judges.

    But conservatives tanked the deal in the Senate after House Republicans declared it a non-starter. They argued the bill would have normalized record-high levels of illegal immigration and said Biden currently has
    all the authority he needs to reenact Trump's policies and secure the
    border.

    While the debate rages, House Republicans have impeached Homeland
    Security Secretary Alejandro Mayorkas for allegedly refusing to enforce immigration laws. Two impeachment articles advanced against Mayorkas
    accused him of having "refused to comply with Federal immigration laws"
    and violating the "public trust."

    CLICK HERE TO GET THE FOX NEWS APP

    DHS has criticized the effort as politically motivated and insisted the
    Biden administration is enforcing the laws on the books.

    Biden said that "history will not look kindly on House Republicans for
    their blatant act of unconstitutional partisanship that has targeted an honorable public servant in order to play petty political games."

    Fox News' Bill Melugin, Adam Shaw and Jamie Joseph contributed to this
    report.

    Chris Pandolfo is a writer for Fox News Digital. Send tips to chris.pandolfo@fox.com and follow him on Twitter @ChrisCPandolfo.


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    octomaxiums
    17 hours ago

    As a former law professor, I can guarantee everyone here that there is
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    Eph6:12
    3 hours ago

    That's their plan:

    to "fundamentally transform" the USA.

    It will never be the same again.


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    marshyam
    3 hours ago

    This article stands alone as shocking and urgent. If you are the person
    with "direct evidence" why haven't you reported it? Your cell phone
    claim has not been reported in any state. Outrageous claims with no
    evidence is the reason GOP candidates are losing. If they would stick
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    1moa
    17 hours ago

    What people forget is Democrats are playing the long game. You see State Representation is based off population. It dosent matter if you are a
    citizen or not, you get counted towards how many Seats your State gets.

    Effectively Democrats will get 10 to 15 extra Seats by 2028 or 2030 and
    we will have...

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    USfan50
    3 hours ago

    Exactly - the damage is done. The goal was to fundamentally change the demographic make up of the United States and they have done it with the assumption that all those here illegally will be granted voting rights
    and vote democrat. The end result is our cities are destroyed and
    overrun, crime is r...

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    escondidoh062
    4 hours ago

    So Abbott is a liberal plant sending all these people to blue states to
    boost their representation?


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    item811
    18 hours ago

    History will not be kind to Joe Biden, his job working for the people
    ended a long time ago. Admitting he can no longer do the job is
    something he won't readily accept. If there is a debate with Donald
    Trump, well, let’s just say it won’t be pretty.


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    When did he work for us?


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    LOL. Dementia Donnie will continue running away from live debates.


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    awdspyder
    17 hours ago

    This is treason.

    noun

    The betrayal of allegiance toward one's own country, especially by
    committing hostile acts against it or aiding its enemies in committing
    such acts.

    The betrayal of someone's trust or confidence.

    The offense of attempting to overthrow the government of the state to
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    deplorableamerican157
    4 hours ago

    This is straight up criminal and Biden, Harris, Mayorkas, and any person
    or church, or organization aidingg and abeting human trafficking should
    be prosecuted, and mass deportations. Every illegal alien rounded up
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    5 hours ago

    That’s the entire Democrat party.


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  • From Sam@21:1/5 to All on Wed Feb 21 14:55:14 2024
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    The more the merrier.

    In the 1700's when my maternal ancestors invaded America to displace the Indians I'm sure they felt the same way. You can't stop progress. Maybe
    one of the Children of immigrants will cure cancer just like a child of immigrants cured polio.




    On Wed, 21 Feb 2024 08:56:39 -0800, a425couple <a425couple@hotmail.com>
    wrote:

    from >https://www.foxnews.com/politics/illegal-immigrants-biden-admin-amount-greater-population-36-states

    7.2M illegals entered the US under Biden admin, an amount greater than >population of 36 states
    The total number of illegal immigrants who have entered the US under >President Biden is larger than almost every American city
    Chris Pandolfo By Chris Pandolfo Fox News
    Published February 20, 2024 4:23pm EST


    Fox News captures migrants streaming over mountain into US
    Fox News national correspondent Bill Melugin has the latest on the
    migrants entering the U.S. through the California border on 'The Story.'

    Nearly 7.3 million migrants have illegally crossed the southwest border
    under President Biden's watch, a number greater than the population of
    36 individual states, a Fox News analysis finds.

    That figure comes from U.S. Customs and Border Protection, which has
    already reported 961,537 border encounters in the current fiscal year,
    which runs from October through September. If the current pace of
    illegal immigration does not slow down, fiscal year 2024 will break last >year's record of 2,475,669 southwest border encounters a number that
    by itself exceeds the population of New Mexico, a border state.

    The total number of southwest land border encounters since Biden assumed >office in 2021 is 7,298,486, CBP data shows.

    That is larger than the population of 36 U.S. states, including Alabama, >Alaska, Arkansas, Colorado, Connecticut, Delaware, Hawaii, Idaho,
    Indiana, Iowa, Kansas, Kentucky, Louisiana, Maine, Maryland,
    Massachusetts, Minnesota, Mississippi, Missouri, Montana, Nebraska,
    Nevada, New Hampshire, New Mexico, North Dakota, Oklahoma, Oregon, Rhode >Island, South Carolina, South Dakota, Tennessee, Utah, Vermont, West >Virginia, Wisconsin and Wyoming.

    MIGRANTS CAUGHT ON NEW VIDEO STREAMING DOWN REMOTE CALIFORNIA
    MOUNTAINSIDE TO ILLEGALLY CROSS THE BORDER

    Migrants sent back to Mexico by Texas National Guard
    Migrants are sent back by the Texas National Guard to the Rio Grande
    after entering El Paso, Texas, from Ciudad Juarez, Chihuahua state,
    Mexico, on Thursday, Feb. 8, 2024. A surge in immigration has fueled a >humanitarian crisis and emerged as a key issue in this year's
    presidential election, with Republicans ramping up their attacks on
    President Joe Biden's handling of rising border crossings. (Justin >Hamel/Bloomberg via Getty Images)

    Compared to the largest U.S. states, the 7.3 million number is about
    18.7% of California's population of 39 million, 23.9% of the state of
    Texas and its 31 million residents, 32.3% of the population of Florida
    and 37.3% of New York. It's more than half the size of Pennsylvania,
    Illinois and Ohio.

    Were the number of illegal immigrants who entered the United States
    under President Biden gathered together to found a city, it would be the >second-largest city in America after New York. And the total does not
    include an estimated additional 1.8 million known "gotaways" who evaded
    law enforcement, which would make it bigger than New York.

    Taken together, nearly 10 million migrants have crossed into the U.S. >illegally during the Biden administration, a record Biden's critics
    assert could only be achieved by intentionally refusing to enforce the law.

    "This unprecedented surge in illegal immigration isn't an accident. It
    is the result of deliberate policy choices by the Biden administration,"
    said Eric Ruark, Director of Research for Numbers USA, a nonprofit that >advocates for immigration restrictions.

    The Department of Homeland Security did not respond to a request for
    comment.

    MIGRANT CRISIS: NOEM SENDS NATIONAL GUARD TO SOUTHERN BORDER'S WARZONE

    Migrants cross razor wire in Texas
    Groups of migrants of different nationalities arrive at the Rio Grande,
    to cross it and surrender to the American authorities, since elements of
    the Texas National Guard no longer prevent their passage in Ciudad
    Juarez, Mexico on Feb. 19, 2024. (Christian Torres/Anadolu via Getty Images)

    Republicans and anti-illegal immigration activists have for years blamed >Biden for allowing the current overwhelming surge of migrants by
    reversing former President Donald Trump's border policies. The Biden >administration has denied responsibility for the crisis and pointed to >external "push" factors like violence and economic instability in South
    and Central America as the culprit responsible for vast waves of
    migration to the U.S.

    However, the president's critics say migrants face more of a "pull"
    factor in the form of job opportunities and government benefits because
    they know they will not face deportation under Biden's lenient policies.

    "The administration has refused to enforce existing immigration law and
    taken every opportunity to aid and abet illegal border crossings
    through policies such as catch-and-release, mass parole, and offering >temporary work permits to tens of thousands of foreigners who make
    dubious claims for asylum," Ruark told Fox News Digital. "In actual
    effect, the United States government is completing the human smuggling
    and trafficking process for the Mexican cartels."

    Migrants cross body of water on way to U.S.
    Two person and child try to cross a body of water as groups of migrants
    of different nationalities arrive at the Rio Grande, to cross it and >surrender to the American authorities, since elements of the Texas
    National Guard no longer prevent their passage in Ciudad Juarez, Mexico
    on February 19, 2024. (Christian Torres/Anadolu via Getty Images)

    Ira Mehlman, a spokesman for the Federation for American Immigration
    Reform (FAIR), said migrants have learned in the last three years that
    they won't face deportation for entering the country illegally.

    "They have sent the signal that if you come to the U.S. illegally, if
    you abuse the asylum system, you'll be released into the country and
    allowed to remain here, in most cases given work authorization," Mehlman >said. "Even if you neglect to show up for your hearings, the odds of you >being removed are negligible. The president claims he doesn't have the >authority to enforce our laws. He absolutely does. He is deliberately
    not enforcing those laws."

    LARGE MAJORITY OF ILLEGAL BORDER CROSSING SHIFT TO ARIZONA AND
    CALIFORNIA, PIVOTING AWAY FROM TEXAS

    Illegal immigrants crossing into Texas
    Groups of migrants of different nationalities arrive at the Rio Grande,
    to cross it and surrender to the American authorities, since elements of
    the Texas National Guard no longer prevent their passage in Ciudad
    Juarez, Mexico on February 19, 2024. (Christian Torres/Anadolu via Getty >Images)

    Biden has called on Congress to pass new laws he claims would let him
    solve the border crisis. He endorsed a bipartisan deal in the Senate
    that included an "emergency border authority" to mandate Title 42-style >expulsions of migrants when migration levels exceed 5,000 a day over a >seven-day rolling average. It would have also limited the window for
    people to apply for asylum, provided immediate work permits for asylum >seekers and funded a massive increase in staffing at the border and more >immigration judges.

    But conservatives tanked the deal in the Senate after House Republicans >declared it a non-starter. They argued the bill would have normalized >record-high levels of illegal immigration and said Biden currently has
    all the authority he needs to reenact Trump's policies and secure the
    border.

    While the debate rages, House Republicans have impeached Homeland
    Security Secretary Alejandro Mayorkas for allegedly refusing to enforce >immigration laws. Two impeachment articles advanced against Mayorkas
    accused him of having "refused to comply with Federal immigration laws"
    and violating the "public trust."

    CLICK HERE TO GET THE FOX NEWS APP

    DHS has criticized the effort as politically motivated and insisted the
    Biden administration is enforcing the laws on the books.

    Biden said that "history will not look kindly on House Republicans for
    their blatant act of unconstitutional partisanship that has targeted an >honorable public servant in order to play petty political games."

    Fox News' Bill Melugin, Adam Shaw and Jamie Joseph contributed to this >report.

    Chris Pandolfo is a writer for Fox News Digital. Send tips to >chris.pandolfo@fox.com and follow him on Twitter @ChrisCPandolfo.


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    octomaxiums
    17 hours ago

    As a former law professor, I can guarantee everyone here that there is
    going to be a day when the Supreme Court will need to take a look at the >argument concerning Democrats strategically and illegally altering
    (tampering with) elections by substantially overloading the voter base
    in their favor. I...

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    Eph6:12
    3 hours ago

    That's their plan:

    to "fundamentally transform" the USA.

    It will never be the same again.


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    marshyam
    3 hours ago

    This article stands alone as shocking and urgent. If you are the person
    with "direct evidence" why haven't you reported it? Your cell phone
    claim has not been reported in any state. Outrageous claims with no
    evidence is the reason GOP candidates are losing. If they would stick
    with the facts and ex...

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    1moa
    17 hours ago

    What people forget is Democrats are playing the long game. You see State >Representation is based off population. It dosent matter if you are a
    citizen or not, you get counted towards how many Seats your State gets.

    Effectively Democrats will get 10 to 15 extra Seats by 2028 or 2030 and
    we will have...

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    USfan50
    3 hours ago

    Exactly - the damage is done. The goal was to fundamentally change the >demographic make up of the United States and they have done it with the >assumption that all those here illegally will be granted voting rights
    and vote democrat. The end result is our cities are destroyed and
    overrun, crime is r...

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    escondidoh062
    4 hours ago

    So Abbott is a liberal plant sending all these people to blue states to
    boost their representation?


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    item811
    18 hours ago

    History will not be kind to Joe Biden, his job working for the people
    ended a long time ago. Admitting he can no longer do the job is
    something he won't readily accept. If there is a debate with Donald
    Trump, well, lets just say it wont be pretty.


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    bushedpilot753
    4 hours ago

    When did he work for us?


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    escondidoh062
    4 hours ago

    LOL. Dementia Donnie will continue running away from live debates.


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    awdspyder
    17 hours ago

    This is treason.

    noun

    The betrayal of allegiance toward one's own country, especially by
    committing hostile acts against it or aiding its enemies in committing
    such acts.

    The betrayal of someone's trust or confidence.

    The offense of attempting to overthrow the government of the state to
    which the offen...

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    deplorableamerican157
    4 hours ago

    This is straight up criminal and Biden, Harris, Mayorkas, and any person
    or church, or organization aidingg and abeting human trafficking should
    be prosecuted, and mass deportations. Every illegal alien rounded up
    and deported


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    chipster123
    5 hours ago

    Thats the entire Democrat party.


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  • From a425couple@21:1/5 to Sam on Sun Feb 25 16:34:50 2024
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    On 2/21/24 14:55, Sam wrote:
    The more the merrier.

    In the 1700's when my maternal ancestors invaded America to displace the Indians I'm sure they felt the same way. You can't stop progress. Maybe
    one of the Children of immigrants will cure cancer just like a child of immigrants cured polio.


    I am generally pro-immigration.
    We have very large numbers of good, well qualified people wanting to
    come into our country with skills and assets that can immeadiately
    help this country develop and grow better. We should be letting
    many of these enter. They are being 'discriminated' against, because
    they are trying to do it the proper, legal way. By applying and
    getting approved and permitted.

    I do not approve of millions of unknowns just sweeping unchecked
    into this country. Too many. And too many bad actors.

    When my grandmother came through Boston in 1904, she was inspected
    and approved as healthy and able to work and assimilate.

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  • From Baxter@21:1/5 to a425couple@hotmail.com on Mon Feb 26 02:50:43 2024
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    a425couple <a425couple@hotmail.com> wrote in news:L0RCN.444037 $7sbb.386538@fx16.iad:

    On 2/21/24 14:55, Sam wrote:
    The more the merrier.

    In the 1700's when my maternal ancestors invaded America to displace
    the
    Indians I'm sure they felt the same way. You can't stop progress.
    Maybe
    one of the Children of immigrants will cure cancer just like a child
    of
    immigrants cured polio.


    I am generally pro-immigration.
    We have very large numbers of good, well qualified people wanting to
    come into our country with skills and assets that can immeadiately
    help this country develop and grow better. We should be letting
    many of these enter. They are being 'discriminated' against, because
    they are trying to do it the proper, legal way. By applying and
    getting approved and permitted.

    I do not approve of millions of unknowns just sweeping unchecked
    into this country. Too many. And too many bad actors.

    When my grandmother came through Boston in 1904, she was inspected
    and approved as healthy and able to work and assimilate.

    I guess they think that all the Border Control agents do is sit there and
    count as immigrants cross the border.

    If you examine the number, you'll find that 7.5M immigrants did not enter
    and stay in the US.

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