Problem Solvers Caucus Members Urge Bipartisanship To Address Migrant Plight | Stephanie Ruhle 1

Problem Solvers Caucus Members Urge Bipartisanship To Address Migrant Plight | Stephanie Ruhle

 

Problem Solvers Caucus members Reps. Josh Gottheimer (D-NJ) and Fred Upton (R-MI) tell Geoff Bennett that bipartisanship is critical to fix what's happening at the southern border ahead of a congressional delegation's trip there. "The bottom line, we've got to work together," Upton says. Aired on 03/26/2021.
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Problem Solvers Caucus Members Urge Bipartisanship To Address Migrant Plight | Stephanie Ruhle

21 comments

    1. Jokes on you the “problem solvers caucus” are the Republican party. They just haven’t gone full mask off yet.

    1. The Dems wanted people to be treated HUMANELY. Nothing – NOTHING – justifies that abysmal Trumpian policy of family separation.

    2. that’s interesting, because this crisis happens every year at this time. the difference between now and the previous few years is the dems are trying to actually fix the crisis instead of treating select symptoms.

    3. @Jessi Taran which is why the US and the Central American countries developed the remain in Mexico agreement that Biden shredded- yes?

  1. Never got to donny’s desk. Gathered dust on McConnell’s desk. GOP obstruction…never stops.

  2. Make the borders MORE open. Put protections in place for migrant workers (minimum wage, mandatory employer paid, health insurance, etc), and set the system up so that every worker is both legal, and also pays taxes regardless of citizenship status. If we allowed workers to commute back and forth from Mexico, more people would be happy to settle in Mexico. If employers had to pay Mexican workers as much as American workers, and give them all the same benefits, American workers would not be cheated out of anything.

  3. How can we make it easier for people to come in Legally and harder to come in illegally? That’s the real question

    1. So far none. They are so out of touch with the electorate that they are responsible for getting the 15$ minimum wage provision out of the stimulus package. They are also the ones who are standing in the way of getting HR1 passed and refuse to nuke the filibuster. They are more Republican then most republicans at this point.

  4. Jesus loves and cares about you so much so repent so That we all make it to heaven

    Like so more people can see this.

  5. Do not classify Mexicans as immigrants for they are coming to enjoy what was forcefully taken from them. They owned the land and is their right to come in.

  6. Was saying ok till I hit Sinema and the last three Republicans. They look like a fact-finding team. ‘Go find out what the Democrats are up to … pretend you’re their friend.’

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