On the Rio Grande, 300 miles apart, Biden and Trump try to use immigration to election advantage

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58% : I have been on this journey for about six months, and the only important thing I have in my life are my mom, my little sister and nobody else," Joseph Elián Gutierrez Castillo, a Nicaraguan migrant, said in Spanish.
53% : from left, Peter Flores, deputy commissioner of U.S. Customs and Border Protection; Jason Owens, chief of U.S. Border Patrol; and Gloria Chavez, sector chief for U.S. Border Patrol.
46% : AdvertisementGazing out over the river, Trump raised his fist and waved and shouted to people on the Mexico side, who waved back.
44% : AdvertisementTrump has laid out updated immigration proposals that would mark a dramatic escalation of the approach he used in office and that drew alarms from civil rights activists and numerous court challenges.
32% : Under Trump, too, new hardline policies were often held up in court.
27% : "This is like a war," Trump said.
27% : "Crooked Joe has the blood of countless innocent victims," Trump said.
21% : "Trump also brought up the killing of a 22-year-old nursing student in Georgia recently.
18% : "They're being let into our country, and it's horrible," Trump said.
14% : But Trump, who didn't want to give Biden a political win on one of his signature campaign issues, convinced Republicans to kill the deal.

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