close tovideo, Tucker Carlson, and Mark Morgan on the border crisis
Tucker Carlson and Mark Morgan on the border crisis
Democrats moved to Act, the blame for the border crisis in “unprecedented” fashion, according to ICE Director Mark Morgan.
The Congress was slow to respond to the situation, including the problems in prisons, said he said on Wednesday on “Tucker Carlson tonight.”
“This is simply outrageous,” he said in response to Carlson to call Democrats “woke up to the fact that it is a crisis, but now it’s the President’s fault.”
“The experts, the people asked to do this every day risking their lives-we have been outside the Congress, you need to step up.
“The only dysfunctional thing in the Congress.”
THE-LED HOUSE $4.5 B BILL PASSES TO HELP MIGRANTS AT THE BORDER, SETTING UP A SHOWDOWN WITH THE GOP-LED SENATE
He requested them to fix the “lawmaker”, the 1997 Flores agreement, which regulates aspects of the detention of immigrant families.
Morgan also claimed the Congress could process at the end of “catch and release”, if you fit such a policy.
“If you want to pass meaningful legislation … that would end the catch and release,” he said.
“I’m promising the American people, the numbers would explode and the Congress refuses to do their job.”
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On Tuesday, the house approved $4.5 billion in additional spending bill — to address humanitarian issues at the U.S.-Mexico border with additional resources for food, water, medical care and stronger protection measures for unaccompanied children, among other things — setting up a showdown between the Democrat-led house and the Republican-led Senate.
The house bill, which 230-195, contain features that would prevent, that the trump administration, so that is also a promotion to complement the Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) personnel at the border, is likely to be a point of contention with the Republicans.
President Trump warned Monday that he would veto the house bill if it went up, accusing Democrats of “insert-provisions of the Directive would our country less safe,” the White house said in a statement.
Fox News’ Vandana Rambaran contributed to this report.