DeSantis sends 50 undocumented immigrants to Martha’s Vineyard | USA TODAY

Governor DeSantis sent 50 migrants to Martha’s Vineyard with no prior communication or coordination with local leaders.

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The immigrants thought to be from Venezuela were flown by a chartered aircraft from Florida, Texas, or both, according to local officials. A spokesperson for DeSantis confirmed to Fox News late Thursday that the people on the planes are whom the governor called “illegal immigrants.”

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