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the system is full we've been very clear about that so we're trying to do is planned to be able to manage that capacity safely out to bring people where we can process inefficiently as you noted flights have gone on to San Diego where there's a high capacity work full sector as a planning factor we're looking at all options for being able to detain people communities all over this country are extremely generous but they're not ready to receive this flood of immigration we need to have a system that works at the border were able to prevent people from crossing unlawfully and return the fact of and that's why we've asked Congress for help so to be clear is Florida still being considered no we're using the southwest border sectors for additional capacity and it will not be in the future no I don't believe so %HESITATION we're we're working with sector defense the increase our capacity for so it is right now are also working with Mexico to make sure that people can wait in Mexico for their hearings as well would you acknowledge that they were officials from your own agency who said that this was indeed going to happen in Florida US because , Detroit not allow and Miami US customs and border protection did notify officials locally in those areas that they were looking at the possibility of doing that that's correct okay and those cities are also off the table now correct okay and this decision was made when the their treasure the acting commissioner discussing for protection