Biden says he hasn’t had time to visit southern border, admits he probably should


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It is not clear whether Biden has ever traveled to the southern border

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President Joe Biden said Thursday night that he did not have time to visit the southern border to address the rise in illegal immigrants and acknowledged he “must go down.”

“I’ve been there before, I know it all too well, I think I should go down,” Biden told CNN’s Anderson Cooper during the town hall event. “The whole point of it is that I don’t have too much time to get down.”


Biden cited the damage caused by the storm and his visits to the affected areas as one reason why he had not yet visited the border.

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It is unclear whether Biden has ever traveled the border as a senator, vice president or a concerned citizen, and has not answered multiple White House questions from Granthshala News.

The number of illegal immigrants from Mala cannot increase. The DOJ is currently prosecuting

The migrant crisis at the southern border is troubling the Biden administration, and recent data suggests border Patrol reached the highest level since 1986.

US authorities detain more than 1.7 million migrants at the US-Mexico border during the 2021 fiscal year, according to CBP data, which ended in September Retrieved by The Washington Post.

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attorney general Merrick Garland A question about how many migrants was not answered on Thursday Justice Department The US-Mexico border is being prosecuted for illegally crossing, which is a federal crime.

At least 160,000 illegal immigrants have been released into we, often with little or no supervision, by Biden Administration Border Patrol documents obtained earlier this month by Granthshala News showed, including the widespread use of parole officers, limited to more than 30,000 work permits since March – since August.

FILE - In this September 20, 2021, file photo Migrants, several from Haiti, board a bus after being processed and released after spending time at a makeshift camp near the International Bridge in Del Rio, Texas.  President Joe Biden adopted major progressive policy goals on immigration after winning the Democratic nomination, and he has begun to implement some.  But his administration has been forced to confront unusually high numbers of migrants trying to enter the country along the US-Mexico border and the federal response has angered both critics and allies.  (AP Photo/Eric Gay, FILE)

Border Patrol sources told Granthshala News that 60,000 migrants are arriving in large numbers from Mexico and intend to enter the US in the coming days, knowing that Biden Administration It intends to reintroduce the Trump-era policy next month in response to a federal judge’s court order that was upheld by the Supreme Court.

Granthshala News’ Emma Colton, Bill Melugin and Audrey Conklin contributed to this report

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