When asked if Harris is treated differently for being the first vice president who is a woman of color, he responded, "Probably, but so what?"
Republican Byron Donalds said Harris visiting El Paso is "equivalent to firefighters prioritizing a dumpster fire over a five-alarm fire."
"It doesn't matter if it's a Democrat or Republican, you got to pay courtesy to the members of Congress that are down there at the border," Rep. Henry Cuellar told Fox News.
"If Governor Abbott and I weren't going there next week, she would have never gone," Trump said.
Vice President Kamala Harris is set to visit the U.S.-Mexico Border on Friday amid heavy criticism for not visiting sooner.
Every GOP senator voted against the move to debate the For the People Act. After the filibuster, Majority Leader Chuck Schumer said: "We will not let it die. This voter suppression cannot stand."
Gregory R. Martucci, a former teacher and principal for Linden Public Schools, as well as a former Democratic City Council member, said Tuesday that "This was an 'offensive' comment which does not reflect who I am in both my private and public lives."
The occurrence of COVID-19 outbreaks inside ICE detention centers demonstrates the continued insufficient implementation of protective policies for detained people by authorities.
Green, along with 56 GOP lawmakers, wrote to Biden to voice their "serious concerns" about Harris' appointment regarding those entering the U.S. at the border illegally.
RéAnna Simone Kelly elaborated on claims that Harris "took away" the legendary singer's estate to be "run by white people" when she served as California attorney general.
"We as her family don't run her estate anymore. It was taken away from us & given to white people," the singer's granddaughter RéAnna Simone Kelly tweeted.
The Republican congresswoman discussed her recent visit to the border in McAllen, Texas, criticizing the policies of Joe Biden and Kamala Harris.
GOP members of Congress have expressed "serious concerns" about the vice president's border crisis role.
Questions have been asked of the Vice President as she still has yet to visit the southern border amid record high levels of illegal migration.
The situation at the U.S. border presents an opportunity for the United States to reverse its track record.
"What Biden and Harris have done, and are continuing to do on our border, is a grave and willful dereliction of duty," former President Donald Trump said on Tuesday.
As Texas, Arizona, and California face a historic heat wave, migrants traveling through the desert and awaiting asylum face medical risk.
"Traditional banks have not always seen or understood the vision of women, small business owners, small business owners of color, small business owners who serve low-income communities," Vice President Kamala Harris said.
While Vice President Harris meets with Dreamers and care workers Tuesday, a top Biden outside group is making the argument in a new ad and through polling that Americans are fully behind legalizing Dreamers, and legislation must move.
Donald Trump's former VP criticized Harris while tweeting images of him visiting the border during his time in the office.
The vice president returned from a recent trip to Mexico and Guatemala as part of her role in dealing with border crossings.
The vice president has said she plans to visit the border but has not set a date yet.
The May 2019 video shows Harris asking the then-attorney general whether anyone at the White House suggested to him that he should open an investigation into anyone.
Symone Sanders, senior advisor and chief spokesperson to Vice President Kamala Harris, said Harris would meet with Texas Democrats "who in May blocked passage of legislation that would have made it significantly harder for the people of Texas to vote."
The vice president told potential migrants not to come to the U.S. on a visit to Guatemala on Monday.
"Dems are burning precious time & impact negotiating w/GOP who won't even vote for a Jan 6 commission. McConnell's plan is to run out the clock," the progressive firebrand tweeted on Wednesday. "It's a hustle. We need to move now."
Harris tough talk reverberated among immigration organizations, advocates, and even Hollywood allies of the White House, with a belief that Harris trip was overshadowed by comments many believed to be aimed more at appeasing intractable Republicans than anyone else.
"I wholeheartedly support what [the Biden administration] is trying to do and I'm sure they're going to receive lots of criticism. But it's a long-term process, so I salute them for getting started," Mayor John Ferguson of Presidio, Texas, told Newsweek.
She made the comments in response to Vice President Kamala Harris telling migrants not to cross over the border into the U.S.