Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis appears poised to drop off another planeload of migrants — this time near President Biden’s “summer White House” in Delaware.
A charter jet that DeSantis used to send migrants to Martha’s Vineyard, Mass., took off Tuesday morning from San Antonio, Texas, and was scheduled to make a stop in Crestview, Florida, before landing at the Delaware Coastal Airport, according to the founder of the Popular Information newsletter.
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The tiny airport, outside Georgetown, Del., is less than 20 miles from Rehoboth Beach, where Biden and first lady Jill Biden bought a $2.7 million vacation home just blocks from the Atlantic Ocean in 2017.
Since Biden took office last year, the Department of Homeland Security has spent nearly $500,000 to install a security fence around the house, with construction set for next spring.
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