The White House may appoint a special representative to control the southern border of the United States

According to the channel CNN, applicants for this post can be a former Secretary of the Kansas Kris Kobach, as well as the former attorney General of Virginia Ken Cuccinelli.

The administration of the President of the United States is considering the establishment of a special representative who will monitor the efforts of the American authorities to reduce the flow of migrants from Latin American countries on the southern border of the United States. This was announced on Tuesday by CNN.

According to his sources, the appointed person will be responsible for coordinating the actions of various agencies and departments to stabilize the situation on the southern border of the United States.

Applicants for this post, CNN notes, can be a former Secretary of state of Kansas Kris Kobach, as well as former attorney General of Virginia, and now a political columnist of the channel Ken Cuccinelli. Koby and Cuccinelli has not commented on the news about the possible appointment.