Hey Kamala, its the other border. Vice President Kamala Harris announced Wednesday that she’s traveling north to New Hampshire to promote infrastructure legislation — despite not yet booking travel for her work as President Biden’s migration czar to handle the southern border crisis. Harris “will travel to Plymouth and Concord, NH this Friday to highlight how the American Jobs Plan will expand broadband coverage and workforce development,” tweeted her spokeswoman Sabrina Singh. The trip was first reported by the New Hampshire Union Leader. Harris also visited North Carolina on Monday to promote the more than $2 trillion infrastructure proposal and seemingly reduced her migration role to “bringing together” cabinet secretaries. Harris’ precise role in addressing the crisis has been subject to confusion as large numbers of unaccompanied minors are housed in cramped, jail-like facilities. Biden on March 24 asked Harris to lead the administration’s response to a surge of migrants at the border, including families and unaccompanied minors from the three-country “Northern Triangle” in Central America.