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Trump Administration Diverts Millions From Federal DIsaster Relief Funds

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Trump Administration Diverts Millions From Federal DIsaster Relief Funds

Trump Administration Diverts Millions From Federal DIsaster Relief Funds

Multiple news outlets said the Trump administration is diverting millions of dollars from federal disaster relief funds.

They are using this money to detain migrants and create temporary locations for their court hearings.

According to the Department of Homeland Security, a total of $271 million were relocated from various parts of the agency.

The largest chunk, $155 million, comes from the Federal Emergency Management Agency’s disaster relief fund.

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