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Joe Biden facing the migration crisis

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                Mexican cartoonist Antonio Rodriguez returns on Friday March 26 for Cartooning for Peace on the influx of migrants to the Mexican border.  The first migration crisis facing Joe Biden.
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                                    <p><span><span>It is a new migratory crisis looming on the border between the United States and Mexico.  Over the past month, the number of people arriving at the border has increased and there are more than 10,000 undocumented children. </span></span>

Joe Biden, who denounced Donald Trump’s policy as a “moral and national disgrace”, will have to cleverly face it. The US President said Thursday, March 25, that he would not apologize for abolishing the immigration policies of his Republican predecessor, Donald Trump, which he said undermined “human dignity.” Antonio Rodriguez returns to this news on Friday March 26 with his cartoon entitled “Welcome to America”.

Joe Biden has sought to defend his handling of immigration at the US-Mexico border. Although he showed empathy, he said the United States was deporting the vast majority of migrants, including families, under a public health decree relating to Covid-19.

The Republicans, for their part, have already condemned his methods. “The Biden administration has turned a national triumph into a national disaster,” said Donald Trump.

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José Antonio Rodríguez García was born in Mexico City in 1965. Cartoonist and illustrator, he is also an active member of the Mexican Society of Cartoonists, The International Association of Cartoonists MIKS, Cartoon Movement and tOOns MaG. Rodríguez is currently an editorial designer and illustrator for the newspaper La Voz de Michoacán, Mexico, for the magazine Negratinta, published in Spain, and for the “Aneddotica Magazine” in Italy.

Cartooning for Peace is an international network of cartoonists committed to promoting, through the universality of press cartoons, freedom of expression, human rights and mutual respect between populations of different cultures or beliefs.

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Source site www.france24.com

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