Kamala Stops in El Paso on Her Way To L.A., Blames Trump for Border Situation

Vice President Kamala Harris finally made it to the southern border on Friday. This was her first visit to the border since President Joe Biden appointed her border czar 93 days ago.

“We inherited a tough situation,” Harris said, pointing the finger at Trump administration. “In five months we’ve made progress.”

“Our administration — it is important to be clear — is working to build a fair and a functional and a humane immigration system,” continued Harris.

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“We have looked at a system where people have been housed in inhumane conditions over the last many years, an asylum system that has been broken and needs to be reconstructed,” Harris said.

“It is here in El Paso that the previous administration’s child separation policy was unveiled. And so we’ve seen the disastrous effects of that right here in this region,” the vice president said during a briefing after her visit. “It is here in El Paso that the Return-to-Mexico policy from the previous administration was implemented. We have seen the disaster that resulted from that here in El Paso.”

After the brief visit in El Paso, Kamala Harris flew to Los Angeles, this would be her fourth time to visit California since she became Vice President.


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