The Federalist Radio Hour

What Happens Everyday On The Texas-Mexico Border In Rio Grande Valley

John Davidson, senior correspondent for The Federalist, shares his report from the Rio Grand Valley Texas-Mexico border. Davidson rides along with Border Patrol officers and visits a Catholic charity respite center in downtown McAllen, Texas.

The Federalist Radio Hour
00:50:00 3/8/2018

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