Vice President Kamala Harris, who was tasked with being the “point person” on immigration issues by President Joe Biden on March 24, announced how she intends to combat the ongoing border crisis at the Washington Conference on the Americas.
The solution? Fighting climate change.
“Last week, President Joe Biden and I reached the 100th day of our administration. In that time, we have let the world know, and the president has been very clear about this, America is back. We have rejoined the Paris Agreement, we are ending our nation’s longest war, we are rebuilding our alliances and engaging partners all over the world, and we are revitalizing our relationships throughout the Western Hemisphere from the southern most parts of South America to the northern most parts of Canada and everywhere in between,” Harris’ speech began.
“The strength of the United States of America depends on the strength of all of the Western Hemisphere. In so many ways, our fates are intertwined,”