A bunch of House Republican members will be part of former President Donald Trump on a go to to the southern border subsequent week in hopes to spotlight the present migrant surge.
Members from the Republican Study Committee (RSC), the most important caucus within the House, will be part of Trump on his journey to the Texas a part of the U.S.-Mexico border Wednesday subsequent week, based on Politico. Trump and Republicans hope to spotlight the latest inflow of migrants and unaccompanied kids to the U.S. which reached a 20-year excessive in April.
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“President Trump spent four years fixing the border. But the Biden administration broke it again, and we are now experiencing the worst border crisis in our history,” Republican Indiana Rep. Jim Banks, chair of the RSC, mentioned in an announcement to the Politico. “That’s why the Republican Study Committee has made carrying on the Trump legacy on immigration our top priority this Congress and why we are heading to the border with President Trump to explain how we can end this national embarrassment.”
This can be Trump’s first journey to the border since leaving the White House in January, and he will even be joined by Republican Texas Gov. Greg Abbott, whom Trump endorsed for his re-election earlier in June. For the members of the RSC, this would be the second journey to the border after visiting first on the starting of April.
Vice President Kamala Harris and Homeland Security Secretary Alejandro Mayorkas will go to the border in El Paso, Texas, on Friday, after dealing with stress from the Republicans to go see the disaster on the bottom. Trump instantly launched a assertion blasting Harris, saying, “If Governor Abbott and I weren’t going there next week, she would have never gone!” (RELATED: Kamala Harris To Visit The Border)