Border Surge: Will VP Kamala Harris’ Trip Make A Difference?

Border Surge: Will VP Kamala Harris’ Trip Make A Difference?

Vice President Kamala Harris is in Central America this week, visiting Guatemala’s president yesterday and Mexico’s president today to address “corruption” in the region and how to address the record migrant surge at the U.S. southern border coming from these countries. FOX News National Correspondent Bryan Llenas, who is traveling with the Vice President in Central America, discusses what he’s seeing on the ground, what the locals’ concerns are and what we can expect from her trip in Mexico today. Former Acting Homeland Security Secretary under President Trump, Chad Wolf discusses the crisis at the border and if visiting these countries in Central America is enough to stop the flood of migrants coming to the U.S.

President Biden has seen his ambitious agenda face major roadblocks in Congress despite Democrats having majority control, with infrastructure, voting rights and other policy goals stalled by resistance from Republicans and two moderate Democrats. Fox News Congressional Correspondent Chad Pergram joins to explain how the stalled Biden administration has stirred fresh calls for changing the rules of the Senate filibuster, which agenda items are most likely to see bipartisan agreement, the motivation behind centrist Democrats bucking their own party and the looming fight over the U.S. debt ceiling.

Plus, commentary by FOX Nation Host Tammy Bruce.

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