Del Rio, Texas, residents who spoke with Fox News have been pissed off with how President Biden dealt with the latest migrant surge on the southern border.

“I feel that it’s the fault of the president,” one native instructed Fox News. Immigrants “felt they had been promised by the president that they would become United States citizens,” one native instructed Fox News.

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As many as 15,000 migrants just lately crossed the U.S.’ southern border and gathered beneath the Del Rio International Bridge.

Some residents felt the Biden administration has not carried out sufficient to cease the surge in migrants arriving at their border.

“They’ve done nothing, zero, zilch,” Diane, a neighborhood who lives proper on the border, instructed Fox News.

Laura, who grew up in Del Rio, mentioned she felt the Biden administration took a very long time to deal with the state of affairs.

“It’s been mounting bit by bit,” she instructed Fox News. “It’s not just a thing that happened over the course of one week.”

But some felt the Biden administration was positioned in a troublesome spot, given the massive variety of migrants.

“When you get 10, 12,000 people together like that, it’s hard to handle it anyway,” Miguel Chavez, a neighborhood restaurant proprietor, instructed Fox News.

“It was so many people. I think they did a great job,” Lulu, supervisor of Church’s Chicken in Del Rio, instructed Fox News.

Del Rio residents additionally felt extra consideration wanted to be positioned on their very own neighborhood earlier than serving to immigrants.

“We need to take care of our own people … our poor people … our vets,” Diane instructed Fox News, including that she needed to set up safety cameras and lights to her house since immigrants typically cross into her yard.

Chavez instructed Fox News he welcomed immigrants however that the latest surge was too many.

“Yeah, I welcome immigrants, but not to that point. It’s hard being here as it is,” Chavez mentioned. “I see their problems and I try to feel for them, but we have our own problems.”

Erika Mouynes, the overseas minister of Panama, the place many immigrants move via earlier than touring via Mexico to the U.S., instructed Axios final week she believes that as many as 60,000 migrants have been headed to the U.S.