Biden Plans Executive Order to Cap Border Entries, Sparks Democratic Ire

President Biden is set to sign an executive order to close the border if the number of people trying to enter the United States surpasses a certain limit. This decision has caused frustration among some of Biden’s own Democratic allies. Progressive Democrats are criticizing Biden’s approach, likening it to former President Trump’s tactics. They argue that harsh enforcement measures, such as those proposed by Biden, are not the solution.

Some Democratic lawmakers have expressed disappointment and concern over the perceived shift in Biden’s immigration policies. They believe that restricting asylum and increasing deportations will not address the root causes of immigration and will only mirror Trump’s approach. Additionally, they worry that this move will not improve Biden’s image among the public, particularly conservative media outlets like Fox News, which they believe will not give him credit for his actions.

Furthermore, left-wing activists and organizations have voiced their outrage, accusing Biden of moving further to the right than extremist Republicans by bypassing Congress to implement restrictive immigration measures. They claim that this decision demonstrates hypocrisy and draws parallels to Trump’s immigration policies, which they view as racist and detrimental.

These developments come at a time when public opinion of Biden’s handling of the border crisis has been consistently negative. Recent polls have indicated widespread disapproval of his approach to immigration, with a significant number of foreigners attempting to enter the U.S. illegally during his administration. The issue of border security and immigration has emerged as a significant vulnerability for the Biden administration.

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