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Lawmakers call border facilities horrifying as CBP investigates Facebook group

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Democrats Joaquin Castro and Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez were among about a dozen members of Congress who toured southern border facilities Monday. They described deplorable conditions inside the two facilities. Customs and Border Protection is also under fire over a secret Facebook group that includes thousands of current and former agents. Some users mocked migrant deaths and posted sexist and racist jokes about lawmakers, including Ocasio-Cortez. Jeff Pegues reports

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