Representative Ilhan OmarIlhan Omar’s morning report – Biden’s infrastructure plan sparks debate on Sunday’s definition – Infrastructure in the spotlight Omar: The Minneapolis community is on the brink of the Chauvin process (D-Minn.) Criticizes the Biden administration for continuing to build the wall of the former US-Mexico border administration, which it called “xenophobic and racist.”
The criticism comes after that The Washington Times announced that the Minister of Internal Security Alejandro MallorcaAlejandro Majorcas Don’t Smash Targets to Fight Domestic Extremism Senators Call for Update on SolarWinds Investigations, Microsoft Hacks Harris in Difficult Leadership at Border MORE told immigration and customs officials that the administration was considering filling in certain “gaps” in construction.
The store said customs and border guards have submitted plans for further construction.
“It is shameful and unacceptable for @POTUS to continue building Trump’s xenophobic and racist wall,” Omar said on Twitter.
It is shameful and unacceptable for @POTUS to continue building Trump’s xenophobic and racist wall.
– Ilhan Omar (@IlhanMN) April 7, 2021
President BidenJoe Biden Iranian spy ship attacked at sea, Biden exceeds vaccine expectations – for now, Jill Biden will visit Alabama with actress Jennifer Garner MORE issued executive order on his first day in the office, pausing some funds related to the construction of the wall, and later canceled the urgent order that before President TrumpDonald TrumpYelp creates tool to support property of Asian companies Iran spy ship attacked at sea Biden exceeds expectations for vaccines – MORE used to justify the construction of the wall.
According to The Times, Mayorkas told ICE officials that the cancellation of funds “leaves room for a decision” to complete “some gaps in the wall”.
“The president has made his decision clear that the emergency that provoked allegiance to [Department of Defense] the funds for the construction of the border wall are running out, ”the Mayorkas told the Times. “But this leaves room for decision-making as an administration, as part of the administration, in specific areas of the wall that need to be renovated, specific projects that need to be completed.”
Asked about plans to fill the “gaps” where construction has stopped, the White House spokesman Jen PsakiJen PsakiBiden Exceeds Vaccine Expectations – Energy Overnight for Now: Progressives Fear Infrastructure Climate Plans Will Not Survive Senate | EPA will propose vehicle emission standards by the end of July A poll shows a growing guerrilla divide over climate change. said Wednesday that the administration is reviewing funds that have been allocated for the wall. However, she made it clear that the administration plans to invest in “smart security” at the border, instead of finishing the wall.
“We never believed that the wall was a response to tackling the challenges – the immigration challenges at the border. That is why we offer investment in smart – investments in smart security at the border, “she said. “What we see as 21st century border management solutions and why we believe we need to build a functioning immigration system.”