New York City Mayor Eric Adams on Sunday called for more “coordination” with the federal government and Govs. Greg Abbott, R-Texas, and Ron DeSantis, R-Fla., who are busing and flying newly arrived migrants to blue states across the country.
“I traveled to Washington last week, spoke with Sen. [Chuck] Schumer, Sen. [Kirsten] Gillibrand and other senators and sat down with Biden administration to talk about how do we coordinate,” Adams told ABC “This Week” co-anchor Jonathan Karl, referencing New York’s two Democratic senators.
“Their goal is to make sure that we get resources and coordination that’s needed … These migrants and asylum-seekers are not coming to any particular city. They come into America. This is an American crisis that we need to face,” Adams said.
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Source: ABC News