Eagle Pass the latest battlefield in the Abbott-Biden war over control of U.S.-Mexico border

Asylum-seeking migrants walk in the Rio Grande between the floating fence and the river bank as they look for an opening on a concertina wire fence to land on the U.S. soil in Eagle Pass, Texas, on July 24, 2023. EAGLE PASS — Before the Department of Justice sued Gov. Greg Abbott over his floating barrier in the Rio Grande, Jesse Fuentes did it first.

Fuentes runs a kayaking business in the border town of Eagle Pass from where he led trips down the Rio Grande.

“You’re gonna see some beautiful sites,” he said. “If you’re a bird watcher, you’re gonna […]

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