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Austin, TX – Luncheon Discussion of the Southern Border

March 31


11:45 am

1:30 pm


The border is one of several critical national security and political issues that generates strong emotions on both sides. Whether under President Trump or now under President Biden, the border is a critical issue for both sides of the issue. Todd Bensman is a recognized expert on the border who regularly travels to and reports from both sides of the US Mexico border as well as the Triangle Countries, Guatemala, Honduras, and El Salvador, and other nations involved directly and indirectly in the migration of foreign nationals to the US border. This very week, he is reporting from the city of Tapachula on the Mexico – Guatemala border. Based on his observations from this trip and other recent reporting trips, Todd will provide an update on the border and how America has fought its covert border war to prevent Jihadist infiltration through our southern border. 


2108 Robert Dedman Dr.




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Cost: $50

Matthew Elias


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University of Texas Club
2108 Robert Dedman Dr.
Austin, TX 78712
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