Biden Admin Sets Record For 1-Day Migrant Crossings At Border

Migrantes son transportados en canoas en el sector de Lajas Blancas en el Darién (Panamá), en una fotografía de archivo. EFE/Carlos Lemos
  • A report indicates that more than 12,000 migrants, with over 10,200 entering illegally, crossed the U.S. southern border in a single day, setting a new record.
  • Customs and Border Protection (CBP) informed Fox News that this surge on Tuesday elevated the total number of migrants in custody to over 22,000 by Wednesday morning.
  • The influx on Tuesday contributes to the already-record numbers for fiscal year 2023. The total of 2.4 million encounters in 2023 stands as a record. Additionally, the records continue with October’s 240,000 encounters, setting a record for that month, and September’s 260,000 encounters, also establishing a record, as reported by Fox News.