President Joe Biden has expressed his confidence in Vice President Kamala Harris’s efforts to address the root causes of migration from Northern Central America. On Monday, Harris announced her latest efforts to tackle the issue, including securing an additional $1 billion from the private sector to support infrastructure projects for clean energy development, technical support, and labor training.
If Kamala is doing a “good job” with the border, we’d hate to see what a bad job looks like https://t.co/epqJ1BH5XC
— Daily Caller (@DailyCaller) February 7, 2023
Since June 7, 2022, the Vice President has been vigorously working on the migration issue and announced nearly $2 billion in extra funding to tackle its root causes. Her initiatives have already produced positive outcomes, with over one million individuals being incorporated into the formal financial sector and 65,000 of them acquiring bank accounts due to her efforts. Additionally, her work has enabled four million people to gain access to the internet.
When questioned about Vice President Harris’s performance at the border, President Biden responded positively, saying “Yes, she is” doing well. Despite this, Harris did not join Biden on his initial visit to the border in January, and White House Press Secretary Karine Jean-Pierre had no information to share regarding Harris’s work on migration at the time.
Though Harris has not been present at the border, her efforts to address the root causes of migration have been successful thus far. She is continuing to work on the issue and has expressed her commitment to finding long-term solutions.
The Biden administration has made it clear that they are taking the issue of migration seriously and are actively working on finding solutions. Vice President Harris has been leading the charge and is dedicated to creating a better future for those affected by the issue. With her hard work and dedication, it is likely that her efforts will continue to yield positive results in the future.
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