Migrants bused from Texas arrive in Washington, DC

(CNN) – The first round of migrants bused from Texas to Washington, DC arrived at Union Station on Wednesday, with a second arriving early Thursday.

Texas Gov. Greg Abbott started this voluntary transfer of immigrants as a way to blast the Biden administration’s border policies.

Abbott, a Republican, issued a statement saying his state shouldn’t have to “bear the burden of the Biden administration’s failure to secure our border.”

Officials from Catholic Charities DC were on hand to meet the migrants and offered assistance, including food and medical care.

So far, there’s been no comment from either the Department of Homeland Security or US Immigration and Customs Enforcement.

A second bus of migrants that came from Texas arrives in Washington, DC on Thursday morning. (WUSA via CNN Newsource)

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