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New York City is full, mayor tells migrants — RT World News


Eric Adams broke with the Democratic Party line on migration, urging the Biden administration to ‘do its job’

New York City Mayor Eric Adams announced that there was “no room“For Illegal Immigrants in New York, Pleading with President Joe Biden’s Administration to Fix the”national emergencyat the Mexican border during a press conference in El Paso on Sunday.

Now is the time for the national government to do its jobsaid the mayor, referring to the migrant crisis that has reached unprecedented levels under Biden.

Adams said it was “unfair“that cities like New York and Chicago should have to take in so many migrants and urged the Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) to oversee a”coordinated response.

In a statement Friday, Adams also said, “the absence of badly needed federal immigration reform should not mean that this humanitarian crisis falls solely on the shoulders of cities.


He urged the White House to counter misinformation that he said gave many migrants a “false impressionof the conditions they could expect in New York. Websites suggesting “basically the streets are paved with gold“, where everyone gets”automatic employment” and “you will automatically live in a hotel“must be countered by”precise information,” he said.

The mayor traveled to El Paso to visit the border just days after announcing budget cuts for every city agency, warning the deluge of migrants could cost New York City up to $2 billion. Adams had already begged New York Governor Kathy Hochul for emergency help last week, insisting the city was at “breaking point” with 3,100 illegal immigrants arriving in a single week and a total of 40,000 arriving since last spring.

Resentment has been building among New York natives as the mayor cuts budgets for much-needed services, which he admitted could impact the city’s public safety. With affordable housing already scarce before the arrival of migrants, homelessness has also reached epidemic proportions.

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Adams may have invited crisis when he reportedly told El Paso Mayor Oscar Leeser in September that New York would take in surplus migrants from the border city. However, the city government soon became unable to handle the influx, declaring a state of emergency in October and begging the White House for the billion-dollar federal aid it has so far. refused to hire.

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