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Vice President Kamala Harris will visit the border this week amid the historic surge of illegal immigration under her watch as border czar, more than three months since she was tapped for the role, her office confirmed to The Post Wednesday. Harris, chief spokeswoman Symone Sanders said, will travel to El Paso, Texas, on Friday alongside Homeland Security Secretary Alejandro Mayorkas. The trip is being organized in conjunction with the Department of Homeland Security. As President Biden’s appointed border czar, this will mark her first visit to the region amid bipartisan pressure to surveil the scene for herself. Following the news of her trip, former President Donald Trump released a statement saying his planned border trip with Texas Gov. Greg Abbott and the Republican Study Committee was what finally pushed the VP to make the journey down south, to “see the tremendous destruction and death” caused by Biden’s policies. “Harris and Biden were given the strongest Border in American history. And now, it is by far the worst in American history.”

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