Adam Cancryn

health care reporter for Politico

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By the end of Trump’s presidency, the cap on how many refugees could be admitted to the U.S. each year was down to 15,000.

Why immigrant advocate Xavier Becerra advised Biden to keep Trump policy of accepting small number of refugees

By the end of Trump’s presidency, the cap on how many refugees could be admitted to the U.S. each year was down to 15,000.

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