Two migrant buses from Texas arrive outside Kamala Harris' DC residence

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Two buses carrying about 100 migrants from Texas arrived early Thursday outside Vice President Kamala Harris’ residence at the Naval Observatory in Washington, DC.

The migrants, many of them Venezuelan nationals, had been picked up in Eagle Pass, Texas, and were then shipped off to DC by Texas Gov. Greg Abbott, Fox News Digital reported.

Video from the scene showed a large group of men, women and children carrying small pillows and backpacks, some with blankets draped over their shoulders to keep off the morning chill as they milled about and chatted among themselves outside the guarded gates of Harris’ residence.

A representative from a charity called Sanctuary DMV later arrived and announced to the migrants they would be going to a local church, where they will be offered assistance.
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