New York City migrants could be housed on cruise ships

Wednesday, Sep 21, 2022 0

New York City may commission cruise ships to be used as floating housing for migrants.

New York City Mayor Eric Adams made the suggestion during a TV interview.

“We’re looking at everything to see, how we deal with this” Adams said.

Thousands of migrants have recently bused to NYC from Texas.

“We have to find temporary measures to address this issue,” he added.

“This is an American crisis that we need to face.”

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