Mayor Eric Adams and Texas Gov. Greg Abbott announced on Monday following the arrival of the latest Mexican border immigrant seeking asylum in Barb. replaced and held responsible. From the Lone Star State to the Big Apple.
Adams responded to what Republican governors called President Biden's "open border policy,"for "transporting" immigrant buses into New York City,Abbott. was accused of being "anti-American".
Corona in Queens He Flushing His Meadows At another press conference at his Park, Adams said, "Let's be real Americans."
"This is where the Statue of Liberty sits in the harbor, and we say, 'You who long to be free, bring us your weary things.' Please,' and that's what these asylum seekers are doing." Adams added: -In a 45-hour trip, they have more Without basic needs, instructions, or adjustments... what he's showing now.
An Abbott spokesperson said Adams was "hypocritically upset about welcoming dozens to his sanctuary city." argued.
“These immigrants were happy to choose to go to New York City. I signed a consent waiver” in a prepared statement.
"If mayors want a solution to this crisis, they should call on President Biden to act now to protect our borders. He continues to fail to do this."
} Abbott's office told the Post that about 100 immigrants have been sent to New York so far.
On Friday, at the Port Authority Bus Terminal in midtown Manhattan, he said Abbott plans to continue the program indefinitely after more than 50 immigrants disembarked in New York City. said it was an "ideal destination" due to its generous treatment. Homeless.
On Sunday, Adams said he was only 14 migrants "getting off" the bus, but authorities were "led to believe" that about 40 should have been accommodated.
It is unclear what happened to the others, but Adams said on Monday that some had been "reissued tickets and moved to new locations" by city hall.
Adams — The city's shelter system is said to be overloaded by immigrants — Also at conference Call the White House on the Monday afternoon you said you would be attending and get the "help you need."
"As far as hotels are concerned, we have legal requirements and mandates that we are a city with the right to evacuate, we have to stay within a certain period of time, and we Use all possible means," he said.
"And that's what we do, and that's what we do."
Additional report by Reuven Fenton