Independent candidate Robert F. Kennedy, Jr. headed to the border Tuesday for an up-close look at the effort to stop illegal crossings.
Kennedy is making the trip as he works to gather enough support to be listed on the ballot in Arizona. He heard from local leaders about the crisis on the ground during his second visit to the southern border.
NewsNation’s Ali Bradley attended a roundtable where Kennedy was learning about critical issues Border Patrol is facing, including load vehicles used to move undocumented immigrants further into the interior. The candidate was reportedly surprised to hear that 10 people could fit in a Ford Focus.
Kennedy is also scheduled to meet with leaders at a border command center, as well as touring walls and other structures being used along the border.
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