Biden adviser admits immigration policy 'may have driven' migrant surge, encouraged 'smugglers'
Southern Border Coordinator Roberta Jacobson said Wednesday that it was not a "coincidence" border crossing attempts spiked after President Biden took office.
Asked if surges at the border could be linked to Biden’s undoing of Trump-era border policies, Jacobson said: "We've seen surges before. Surges tend to respond to hope, and there was significant hope for a more humane policy after four years of pent-up demand.
"There was a hope for a more humane policy after four years of pent-up demand, so I don't know if I would call...