The Speaker of the US House of Representatives calls on Biden to resume construction of the wall with Mexico immediately The Speaker of the US House of Representatives calls on Biden to resume construction of the wall with Mexico immediately

The Speaker of the US House of Representatives calls on Biden to resume construction of the wall with Mexico immediately

The Speaker of the US House of Representatives calls on Biden to resume construction of the wall with Mexico immediately

US House Speaker Mike Johnson called on President Joe Biden to take executive action, implement tougher immigration enforcement policies and resume construction of the border wall with Mexico.
“While a bipartisan group of senators have begun intense negotiations over the past few weeks to try to reach They have reached a compromise, but they have not yet been able to finalize an agreement. Legal reforms aimed at restoring operational control of our southern border must be enacted, but the crisis on our southern border has deteriorated to the point where significant action can no longer be postponed. "It starts now, and it has to start with you."

“I urge you to immediately take the executive measures available to you under current immigration laws to stem the record tide of illegal immigration,” he added, calling for executive action to “return or detain all illegal aliens encountered between ports of entry, and to end the so-called catch-and-release policy.” , granting parole only on a case-by-case basis and not to entire classes of migrants, restoring asylum cooperative agreements and negotiating with Mexico to reinstate the “Remain in Mexico” program, and resuming construction of the wall on the US-Mexico border.”

Johnson also pointed to the border law used by conservatives as the core of the “dereliction of duty” impeachment argument against Homeland Security Secretary Alejandro Mayorkas.




An American presidential candidate calls for a boycott of Colorado, and another does not heed the call

Republican US presidential candidate Vivek Ramaswamy called for a boycott of the presidential elections in Colorado in response to its ban on Trump's candidacy, and Florida Governor DeSantis, Republican candidate, rejected this call.
This came as reported by “The Independent”, which continued: “ Mr. Ramaswamy , who is competing with Ron DeSantis for the Republican Party nomination for the 2024 elections, suggested that all candidates withdraw from the ballot unless Donald Trump is also allowed to run.”

“I pledge to withdraw from the Colorado Republican Party primary ballot unless Trump’s name is restored,” Ramaswamy said in a video posted on X, and called on other Republicans to do the same.

However, Republican candidate DeSantis did not respond to this call. When Newsmax radio asked him on Wednesday whether he would follow his colleague’s example, he said: “No, I think this only serves the interests of the left,” and added: “I think the US Supreme Court will invalidate the case.” .

The Fourteenth Amendment to the Constitution of the United States of America, adopted in 1868 following the American Civil War, prohibits any candidate from holding office if he is “engaged in insurrection.”

4 out of 7 judges in Colorado agreed that Trump met this standard, by inciting his followers to invade the Capitol building on January 6, 2021, and continuing to support his followers’ efforts even as the day turned violent.

Trump has vowed to appeal the ruling, and it may be overturned by the US Supreme Court, which has an overwhelming conservative majority.
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