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On March 24, Joe Biden announced that “Vice President Kamala Harris will be the White House’s point person on immigration issues at the nation’s southern border.”
Biden tasked her “with stemming the rising tide of migrants, many of them unaccompanied children, arriving in the U.S.,” according to Politico.
“I can think of nobody who is better qualified to do this,” the president said.
In the weeks that have followed, Kamala Harris has yet to visit the border. She has, however, found time to address other apparently more important issues.
Here is a breakdown of meetings and events Harris has managed to attend as the border crisis — which is apparently hers to solve — continues to unfold.
March 25 — Virtual Passover Celebration
On March 25, one day after being announced as the “point person” on the border, Harris joined her husband, Doug Emhoff, in what the White House called a “Virtual Passover Celebration.”
“Next year in person!” she quipped on Twitter.