The Washington Examiner’s Byron York argued Tuesday that the dilemma facing Congress with the recent border bill underlines the key difference in how the Republican and Democratic parties aim to address the border.
Members of both political parties, especially Republicans, have criticized the border deal, with many arguing the bill fails to secure the border properly. York, a chief political correspondent for the Washington Examiner, explained that the Democratic Party has wanted to “accommodate” the influx of illegal immigration along the southern border, whereas the Republican Party has wanted to stop the flow of illegal immigration.
“Those are really the two big differences, the single big difference between the parties,” York said on Fox News’s America Reports. “And that’s the difference you can actually see in this bill that if you have a provision in which you would