With less than seven months until the midterm elections, Democrats face a number of major and mounting crises. Record-high inflation, soaring crime rates, the lingering COVID-19 pandemic and the shadow of President Biden’s foreign policy failures in Afghanistan already have Democrats facing an uphill battle in November.
On top of that, recent developments surrounding another key issue — immigration — further threaten the Democratic Party’s ability to retain its majority in Congress this year.
In a comprehensive and in-depth piece for The New York Times, Zolan Kanno-Youngs, Michael D. Shear and Eileen Sullivan detail the extent of the chaos and infighting inside the Biden White House over the administration’s immigration policy, specifically with regard to the migrant crisis at the southern border.
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