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.
The then-VP claimed he looked into the Russian leader's eyes and told him, "I don't think you have a soul" during their handshake.
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.
If Democrats fail to support and invest in Black candidates, grassroots leaders and voters the party will fall drastically short in the upcoming midterms and risk losing the advancements made since the onset of the Biden administration.
Vice President Kamala Harris said that efforts to deal with the influx of migrants at the U.S.-Mexico border had "seen progress already" during her two-day visit to Mexico and Guatemala.
A left that was invested in the working class wouldn't have the luxury of smearing people afraid of losing their jobs as racist.
Tlaib is the latest progressive to express disappointment over the Biden administration's U-turn on immigration policy.
"This is disappointing to see," Ocasio-Cortex said in a tweet.
Harris cited a goal of addressing the "root causes of migration" for her current trip to Guatemala and Mexico.
"We're continuing to deal with more people than we've ever dealt with in the history of the Border Patrol, and this administration is doing nothing to fix it," Brandon Judd said.
The vice president told potential immigrants not to come to the U.S. and that the country would enforce its laws.
"I want to be clear to folks in this region who are thinking about making that dangerous trek to the United States-Mexico border," Harris said in her speech Monday. "Do not come. Do not come."
Vice President Kamala Harris was met with pro-Trump protesters on a trip to meet with the Guatemalan president.
During her first overseas trip as vice president, Kamala Harris stressed the connection between the environment and migration that has overwhelmed the United States southern border in recent months.
The numbers keep going up for people entering the Southwest border.
Trump attributed the increase in border crossings to "incompetence" on the part of the Biden administration.