YUMA, Ariz. (WCSC) – Sen. Lindsey Graham is about to go to Arizona on Monday to speak with U.S. Customs and Border Safety officers about safety alongside the United States-Mexico border.
South Carolina’s senior Republican senator tweeted Sunday night he’s “look(ing) ahead” to the assembly in Yuma, about three hours southwest of Phoenix, to debate “border safety and the stream of migrants into the USA.”
Graham’s workplace stated he’ll tour migrant processing services and meet with border officers through the journey. Will probably be his third journey to the border this 12 months following a go to to Arizona in February and Texas the next month.
In March, the senator introduced legislation to reform immigration policies his workplace described as “damaged.” He additionally laid the blame for the border issues on the ft of President Joe Biden.
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