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Biden Unlikely To Announce New Executive Actions On Border Visit

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AP reporting that President Biden will "meet with border agents and discuss the need for bipartisan legislation," but is unlikely to announce any new executive actions during his trip to the US-Mexico border tomorrow.

  • AP: "The White House has informed some lawmakers on Capitol Hill that Biden will not announce an executive order on immigration during his border trip on Thursday."
  • Politico reports: "...he’s not likely to announce new immigration executive actions and it’s unclear whether he’ll speak publicly."
  • White House Press Secretary Karine Jean Pierre told reporters a few moments ago: "[Biden] will discuss the urgent need to pass the Senate bipartisan border security agreement, the toughest and fairest set of reforms to secure the border in decades. He will reiterate his calls for Congressional Republicans to stop playing politics and provide the funding needed for additional US border patrol agents, more asylums officers, fentanyl detection technology, and more."
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AP reporting that President Biden will "meet with border agents and discuss the need for bipartisan legislation," but is unlikely to announce any new executive actions during his trip to the US-Mexico border tomorrow.

  • AP: "The White House has informed some lawmakers on Capitol Hill that Biden will not announce an executive order on immigration during his border trip on Thursday."
  • Politico reports: "...he’s not likely to announce new immigration executive actions and it’s unclear whether he’ll speak publicly."
  • White House Press Secretary Karine Jean Pierre told reporters a few moments ago: "[Biden] will discuss the urgent need to pass the Senate bipartisan border security agreement, the toughest and fairest set of reforms to secure the border in decades. He will reiterate his calls for Congressional Republicans to stop playing politics and provide the funding needed for additional US border patrol agents, more asylums officers, fentanyl detection technology, and more."