Joe Biden Begs Republicans for Border Help While Drinking Smoothie on Campaign Trail - EVOL

President Joe Biden had a message for Congress while out on the campaign trail on Monday: “Give me help.”

Speaker of the House Mike Johnson (R-LA) had reiterated his opposition to the Senate’s recent bipartisan border security and international aid package worth $118 billion.

Johnson stated adamantly on “The Ingraham Angle”  that the bill remained a “non-starter” in the House.

“What it would do is actually further incentivize illegal immigration,” Johnson told Fox News host Laura Ingraham. “It would not resolve any of the problems, not reform in any meaningful way the broken asylum system, the broken parole process and all the things that have created this catastrophe. And, by the way, meanwhile, it further empowers the very Cabinet Secretary who designed and created this mess. They don’t follow federal law. Why would we do this anyway? But the bill itself would actually do more harm than good and that’s why we have said it’s a non-starter over here in the House.”

Laura Ingraham pressed Speaker Johnson to get more assurances that the House Republicans have no intention of playing ball with the legislation.

“Are you going to be able to stop this bill?” Ingraham asked.

“We are going to do everything



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