On Sunday, ABC’s “This Week” aired a segment about a father who illegally crossed the US-Mexico border.
If Donald Trump was still president, the man who wanted to remain anonymous told ABC News correspondent Martha Raddatz that he would not have crossed the border.
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He was traveling with his wife and children from Brazil.
Raddatz set the tone by describing the man’s situation.
“This father, who requested that his face not be shown, traveled to Mexico from Brazil with his wife and three young children before crossing the border,” Raddatz explained to the television audience.
"We're using all our resources."
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“Did you come here because Vice President Joe Biden was elected?” Raddatz was the one who inquired.
“On the whole. “Basically,” said the man.
“The main thing was the violence in my country, and I believe the second thing was Joe Biden,” he continued. It was almost as if it brightened my hope, you know what I mean?”
According to this man, many migrants perceive President Biden to be more accepting of those seeking to enter the United States illegally. This is the polar opposite of how many migrants perceive Donald Trump.
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