Title 42 had ended, and now multiple border communities have issued disaster declarations to help prepare for the surge of illegal migrants they expect to accommodate in the days following the end of the pandemic-era border policy.

The Biden administration fought hard to overturn this policy, but now they’ve introduced a new immigration policy that would make seeking asylum stricter.

The lifting of this policy, however, has caused record-high migrant detentions at the U.S.-Mexico border in recent days, worrying border communities about their capacity to handle the humanitarian crisis that may follow.

The Mayor of Laredo, Texas, Dr. Victor Trevino, shared such concerns when he joined the Fox News Rundown podcast earlier this week.

Due to time limitations, we could not include all of the conversations in our original segment. On the FOX News Rundown Extra, you will hear our entire interview with Mayor Trevino about how his city is preparing for a huge surge of migrants, the strain that these surges put on the Laredo community, and how he would go about beginning to fix the U.S. immigration system.