President Joe Biden blamed former President Donald Trump for his administration's early struggles to manage the surge in illegal immigration at the southern border and its inability to reunite migrant children separated from their families.
DHS communications show that expanding the number of migrants in the Alternatives to Detention (ATD) program is a priority, and the department is pushing to streamline the program.
When Joe Biden took office, he promised amnesty, free health care, and a secure, 'dignified' entry to the U.S. for illegal migrants.
The number of unaccompanied minor migrants in Customs and Border Protection custody has dramatically dropped by 88 per cent from the end of March.
The Biden administration is planning to increase the number of illegal immigrants released into the United States, according to a report from Fox News. The purported decision to release more illegal immigrants into the U.S. comes at a time when the number of migrants at the southern border is at historic levels.
The top Republicans on two House panels declared their concern Monday over a reported plan by the Biden Administration to send cash payments to Central American countries to help address the root causes of the migrant crisis.
President Biden's proposal includes investments in education, child care and paid family leave.
The president is expected to pitch provisions of his “American Jobs Plan” and “American Families Plan,” which together carry a roughly $4 trillion price tag.
Bogus claim apparently spread from an article in a British tabloid
Jim Messina, former Obama White House Deputy Chief of Staff for Operations, joins MSNBC’s Craig Melvin to discuss the details of President Biden’s American Families Plan and what it could mean for his approval rating.
President Biden on Wednesday will outline the American Families Plan, an ambitious package that would call for $1 trillion in new spending and $800 billion in new tax cuts and aim to significantly expand access to preschool and community college,