Majority of Americans Want to Reinstate Trump’s Border Policies
American do not want open door policy
Just a third of Americans think Joe Biden's border policies are better than Donald Trump's, a new poll has found.
The majority of Americans prefer not to have an open-door immigration policy, which is what they have seen from the Biden administration since day one.
Fifty-one percent of voters prefer Trump's strategy, according to the Rasmussen poll.
But 32 percent said it was better at the border under Biden.
The poll also found that 11 percent believe the policies have the same efficiency.
Meanwhile, the majority feel it is a "bad decision" to release some 15,000 Haitian migrants into the U.S.
As Neon Nettle reported earlier this week, DHS Secretary Mayorkas admitted approximately 12,000 Haitian migrants have now been released into the United States before adding the number "could be even higher."
Mayorkas said the subsequent release of thousands of them into the U.S. is "one of our proudest traditions."
During a broadcast of "Fox News Sunday," Anchor Chris Wallace said:
"I want to start with those 30,000 Haitian migrants who came across the border into Del Rio, Texas, since September 9th, as you say.
"You say that 12,400 will have their cases heard by an immigration judge, and another 5,000 are being processed by your department.
"Mr. Secretary, of those 17,400, how many have been released into the U.S. and how many more potentially could be released into the U.S.?"
"About 3,000 are actually in detention, and we make those detention determinations in the best interest of the American public."
"It could be even higher if the number that is returned could be even higher.
"What we do is we follow the law as Congress has passed it."
Meanwhile, Panama's foreign minister warned Biden that 60,000 migrants are heading toward the US-Mexico border.
Erika Mouynes said the migrants, many of them of Haitian origin, are now making their way through Central America.