Biden Has Issued Triple the Amount of Immigration Orders Compared to Trump’s First 100 Days

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As President Biden reaches his 100-day milestone in the White House he’s issued more than triple the amount of immigration executive actions compared to President Trump’s first 100 days. According to the Migration Policy Institute, Biden has instituted 94 executive actions related to immigration while Trump has issued less than 30.

Fox News reports:

MPI noted that Biden’s actions on immigration have reversed previous Trump administration policies and taken steps to make the immigration system “more welcome.”

Those actions have already yielded results, particularly at the U.S.-Mexico border.

“ICE arrests have decreased by more than 60%, from an average of 6,800 monthly arrests in the last three full months of the Trump administration to 2,500 in February, Biden’s first full month in office. For comparison, by Trump’s first full month in office, ICE arrests increased by 26% over the average of the last three full months of the Obama administration,” MPI noted.

The analysis comes on the heels of a new Fox News poll that found one-third of Americans say border security is worse under Biden than under Trump.

Americans have also become increasingly exasperated with Vice President Harris as she continues to avoid visiting the border after 34 days since being put in charge of the effort. Harris has used Covid-19 as her excuse not to visit the border but has traveled to multiple states in the meantime.


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