Kamala Harris’s Response Of ‘What Has Gone Wrong At The Border’ Says A Lot About This Admin

When Kamala Harris appeared on a Spanish-language talk program, she was asked a relatively light question by Univision Noticias presenter Jorge Ramos, who has a reputation for not completing her study and being unprepared to address common questions.

Despite the interviewer’s premise that something has “gone awry,” Kamala Harris had no trouble answering this question. It’s essentially an invitation for Harris to present her argument, to rehearse her talking points. Before every interview, each politician worth their salt has those talking points ready to go.

They’re working in Central America to address the core causes of migration. However, rather than a decrease in the number of immigrants arriving in the United States, the number of persons arriving has increased. So, what exactly has gone wrong thus far?

According to the reports, the Archbishop of Canterbury, Justin Welby, believes that most people do not want to leave their homes. And when individuals leave home, it’s typically for one of two reasons: either they’re fleeing danger or can’t afford to stay and take care of their families’ fundamental necessities.

“Irregular migration” was a new term, though a short web search revealed it had been discussed for at least a few years. Until now, it was never used by an elected official. It’s no surprise that coyotes are so expensive. But the question is, how inconvenient must it be to cross the border in an unauthorized manner?

Kamala Harris says, “She is approaching their root cause work, realizing in particular that in Central America, with a concentration on Guatemala, she was just in Honduras, El Salvador, what they must do is assist in solving the reasons people are leaving.” Harris has traveled to Central America twice since being assigned to the border situation in March of last year. She has brought together a group of American CEOs who have pledged 1.2 billion dollars to invest in the region’s agricultural industry, farmers, and women entrepreneurs.