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Republicans don't really want to close the southern border and often lie when it comes to anything concerning immigration.

Why Republicans will never shut down US-Mexico border

A group of Republican senators expressed “grave concerns” to President Biden over his recent executive order that would provide a path to citizenship to approximately 500,000 people who have been in the country for a decade or more and are also married to United States citizens. The GOP lawmakers argued that Biden’s immigration relief “directly contravenes…

Reports suggest some Democrats want Biden to step aside after his debate performance, questioning his future ability as president.

Trump jabs Biden: ‘I really don’t know what he said at the end of that sentence’

During Thursday’s debate, former President Trump criticized President Biden for stumbling over his words while addressing a border crisis question. Trump remarked, “I really don’t know what he said at the end of that sentence. I don’t think he knows what he said either.” Biden, responding to CNN’s Jake Tapper, discussed a bipartisan border security…

President Joe Biden and former President Donald Trump went head to head in the first presidential debate of 2024. The Morning Rundown™

Biden, Trump tout their records in first presidential debate

The first presidential debate is in the books. We have a full recap, as well as what the reaction has been like. These stories and more highlight The Morning Rundown for Friday, June 28, 2024. Biden, Trump tout their records in first presidential debate  Thursday night, June 27, saw the first time a current U.S. President debated…

Customs and Border Protection said it encountered 170,000 people in May, including 117,000 who crossed between ports of entry.

Illegal border crossings drop in May, but remain on track for 2 million this year

Illegal border crossings continued to decrease in May. According to Customs and Border Protection (CBP), officials encountered 170,000 people total, including 117,000 between ports of entry. It is the lowest month of the 2024 fiscal year. As a comparison, encounters hit their highest mark ever in December at 301,000. May’s numbers are 9,000 lower than…

If Trump wins in November, he will have a mountain of work ahead to resolve the many security risks poised by waves of immigrants.

On immigration, Trump will have a mountain to climb

President Biden, responding to a recent uptick in “the entry of certain noncitizens at the southern border,” has restricted asylum eligibility and increased the consequences for individuals caught illegally crossing the border. Those measures prompted liberal advocacy groups like the American Civil Liberties Union (ACLU) to file lawsuits against the Biden administration. Biden’s stricter immigration…

Secretary Mayorkas reports a drop in U.S.-Mexico border crossings following President Biden's executive order limiting asylum claims.

Mayorkas reports drop in US-Mexico border crossings after Biden order

Department of Homeland Security Secretary Alejandro Mayorkas said U.S.-Mexico border crossings have fallen “materially” since President Joe Biden signed an executive order limiting migrant asylum claims. Mayorkas told a group of Bloomberg reporters that U.S. border officials are seeing results and recorded 2,600 migrant encounters between ports of entry Sunday, June 16 — a major…

From RFK Jr. to Jill Stein, Americans have more than just two choices in U.S. elections, despite what the major parties have to say.

Americans have more than 2 choices

Americans who don’t support either major party’s candidate for president find themselves in a difficult but familiar bind. Since the founding of the American republic itself, two political leviathans have dominated politics, quickly absorbing or brushing aside third-party challengers. From Teddy Roosevelt to Ross Perot, there have been some candidates capable of challenging this two-party…

President Joe Biden arrived in France to commemorate D-Day as his executive action on the southern border came into effect. The Morning Rundown™

Biden arrives in France as executive order on US border takes effect

President Joe Biden arrived in France to commemorate D-Day as his executive action on the southern border takes effect. And one major league player is banned for life after betting on baseball games. These stories and more highlight The Morning Rundown for Wednesday, June 5.  President Biden in France as U.S. border restrictions take effect President…

President Joe Biden is considering an executive order that would close temporarily close the Southern Border amid political pressure to address the border crisis.

Biden may flex authority, use executive order to close southern border

President Joe Biden is reportedly considering an executive order to temporarily shut down the southern border, according to a report from PBS on Tuesday, May 28. The action would be similar to a provision in the bipartisan immigration bill, which failed to pass in February 2024. The proposed bill would have allowed the president to…

Rep. Mark Green expects federal border authorities to have encountered 10 million migrants by the end of summer, an unprecedented figure.

Rep. Green raises alarm over record 10 million migrant encounters under Biden

Chairman of the Committee on Homeland Security Rep. Mark Green said he expects federal border authorities to have encountered 10 million migrants by the end of the summer under the Biden administration. The number of migrants has never been seen in two-term presidential administrations — let alone one. According to U.S. Customs and Border Protection…

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