Democratic lawmakers are looking to flip the script on their Republican colleagues over the topic of the southern border as GOP politicians face an increasingly steep battle to pass a new border security bill.
With a Democratic-controlled White House and Senate and a razor-thin Republican majority in the House, the only bills expected to make it through the process and become law are those that have bipartisan appeal. And as Republicans get distracted by intraparty feuding, Democrats are looking to increase their own standing on the border among voters.
Here are a few ways Democrats are moving to point the finger at Republicans over the border.
Supporting bipartisan Senate border deal
Despite the difficulties of navigating such a divided government, a significant faction on the Right believes a watered-down version of the House Republicans’ preferred border bill,