Homeland Security Secretary Kirstjen Nielsen will talk about the future of border security along the U.S-Mexico border, including President Donald Trump's plan for a border wall, in a hearing Wednesday before the House Homeland Security Committee.
In opening remarks, Nielsen pointed to a "crisis" at the southern border, a description often used by the White House and the president. Government data shows claims about a border crisis have been exaggerated.
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