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Will Hurd blames Biden for illegal immigrant surge

SAN ANTONIO (KTSA News) — Former Texas Congressman Will Hurd blames the Biden administration for the surge of illegal immigrants at the southern border. The Republican who represented Texas’ 23rd Congressional district for three terms tells the Washington Post that it’s Biden’s “loose rhetoric” that gave Central Americans the idea that the border would be open.
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The Future of the GOP with Former Congressman Will Hurd

Register for the program here. Former Texas congressman Will Hurd retired from Congress last year but is still working to build a Republican Party that looks like America. A veteran undercover CIA clandestine officer, he is at the intersection of artificial intelligence and national security. Hurd sits down with Washington Post opinions columnist Karen Tumulty to discuss the national security threats posed by artificial intelligence, the immigration crisis at the border and the future of the Republican Party. Join Washington Post Live on Tuesday, May 18 at 10:00am ET.
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Will Hurd Wants His Party to Stop Owning the Libs

Will Hurd is the kind of politician who loves to find the middle ground. He spent six years as a Republican congressman from one of the most competitive districts in the country, a sprawling expanse that traces the southwest border of Texas along the Rio Grande. He’s got the jocular manner of a student-body president—which he was, at Texas A&M—and styles himself as a wonkish policy guy. “You said the magic word,” he told me cheerfully when I called him up recently. “I love complicated. I love nuance.”
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Exclusive: Will Hurd joins OpenAI's board of directors

Former Rep. Will Hurd (R-Texas) is joining the board of OpenAI, an artificial intelligence research lab that counted Elon Musk as a co-founder, Axios has learned. Why it matters: Hurd is a former undercover CIA operative who's long focused on artificial intelligence issues in and out of Congress. He's been widely quoted since leaving Congress for his moderate perspectives and criticism of former President Trump.
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Will Hurd: Leicester Tigers sign Glasgow Warriors prop

Leicester Tigers have signed former Scotland Under-20 front-rower Will Hurd from Glasgow Warriors. The prop, 21, was part of Scotland's under-20 squad for the 2019 Six Nations and Junior World Championship. Leicester-born Hurd played in the development side at Glasgow, but did not appear in a senior game. "I want...
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Former Rep. Will Hurd announces book deal

Former Rep. Will Hurd (R-Texas) has signed a publishing deal with Simon & Schuster with the unnamed book expected to be out next year. The Associated Press reported Wednesday that Hurd will seek to draw on his experiences as one of the few Black Republicans in Congress, as well as his work for the CIA, to provide a unifying message for the work.
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Former Representative Will Hurd writing book, expected in 2022

NEW YORK (AP) – A former Republican congressman from Texas who at times criticized President Donald Trump has a book deal. Simon & Schuster announced Wednesday that Will Hurd’s book is expected to come out in 2022. It’s currently untitled. Hurd was one of the few Black Republicans in Congress...
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