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On Fox Business Network’s “Cavuto: Coast to Coast,” Representative Nancy Mace (R-S.C.) offered a pointed critique of the Biden administration’s recent diplomatic efforts in Mexico, labeling them as mere “lip service” to the complex issue of immigration. The discussion centered on the visit of Secretary of State Antony Blinken, Homeland Security Secretary Alejandro Mayorkas, and White House homeland security adviser Elizabeth Sherwood-Randall to Mexico, aimed at addressing the unprecedented levels of migration.

Speaking to Fox’s Edward Lawrence, Mace expressed skepticism about the effectiveness of the visit, which involved meetings with Mexican President Andrés Manuel López Obrador and his team to discuss “unprecedented irregular migration” and the possibility of reopening key border entry points.

Mace challenged the notion that the U.S. should provide aid to migrants’ home countries as a solution to the root causes of migration. She highlighted the growing discontent among constituents of various political affiliations in her district over the situation at the southern border.

Pointing to the scale of the issue, Mace emphasized the stark contrast in the number of people crossing the southern border compared to the northern border. She deemed it a “massive problem” for the Biden administration, accusing them of failing to adequately address the situation.

The discussion between U.S. and Mexican officials, a follow-up to a recent phone call between Presidents Biden and López Obrador, comes amid the approach of a large migrant caravan toward the U.S. border. The surge in migration has led to the closure of several entry points and railway crossings in Texas, Arizona, and California, with talks aimed at potentially reopening some.

The mounting migrant crisis has sparked political tensions, with Republicans calling for border policy reforms as a condition for unlocking aid for Ukraine. President Biden has expressed a willingness to make “significant compromises” to resolve these issues.