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Republicans send migrants 'to the doorstep' of the US government

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Refugees from Venezuela in front of a church in Edgartown on Martha's Vineyard.  They were sent here by Florida Gov. Ron De Santis.

Refugees from Venezuela in front of a church in Edgartown on Martha's Vineyard. They were sent here by Florida Gov. Ron De Santis.

(Photo: Ray Ewing/AP)

Ahead of the midterms, Republican governors are attempting to draw attention to the issue of migration. To do this, they put thousands of refugees on buses and planes in the direction of democratic strongholds.

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Peter BurghardtWashington

Martha's Vineyard has a fabulous reputation not only among Americans. The island in the northeast of the USA is considered one of the best addresses in the nation. The well-known talk show host David Letterman is said to have adequate accommodation there, and among the politician guests and part-time residents were or are prominent Democrats from the Kennedys to the Clintons to the Obamas. Jackie Kennedy Onassis' former home is said to have been sold for tens of millions of dollars a few years ago.

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