Former ICE director: Biden, Harris have 'no interest' in fixing border crisis
Former Acting I.C.E. Director Ron Vitiello reacted Monday to calls from critics, including Lindsey Graham, to remove Vice President Kamala Harris from her border role.
RON VITIELLO:There’s clearly no interest at the White House level, including the Vice President, to fix this problem. And so Lindsey Graham as a former chairman of the Judiciary Committee—Henry Cuellar not only a legislator over Homeland in the House. But, also a border resident. Somebody who represented Laredo [Texas] for many, many years, and he’s done it very well. Even as a Democrat I agree with his policy which is let’s stop this chaos, let’s fix the problem, let’s put some resources in place so it isn’t as bad as it could be.
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