Tyler Moran, Biden’s senior adviser for migration is leaving The White House at the end of January.
The excuse given was that he did not plan to stay on longer than the first year.
This was the same reasoning given for the last person that left this position.
President Biden’s senior adviser for migration Tyler Moran is leaving the White House at the end of January, despite having only taken over the role in July.
“Tyler has been an invaluable member of our team since the transition and a tremendous asset in our effort to rebuild a fair and humane immigration system,” Biden’s chief domestic policy adviser Susan Rice told Politico in a statement.
The White House said that Moran never intended to stay on for more than the first year, noting that she had been commuting by plane since taking up her post.
But the White House made similar statements about the previous person to serve in the role, Amy Pope, after Moran replaced Pope in July.
“Amy had always intended to join the Biden Administration for a short time with an expected departure in the mid-summer,” the White House said at the time.
This comes as Biden’s Border Crisis continues to get worse.
Kamala Harris just announced $2 Billion in private sector investments for South America.
The Biden administration is paying for this rather than securing the US-Mexico border.
Vice President Kamala Harris on Monday announced $1.2 billion in commitments from international businesses to support the economies and social infrastructure of Central American nations, as she works to address what the White House terms the “root causes” of migration to the United States.
In May, Harris appealed to the private sector to invest in El Salvador, Guatemala and Honduras in an effort to improve stability and opportunity in the Central American countries. Monday’s announcement builds on that “call to action,” as she announces new commitments and encourages other companies to continue their investment.
Among the new initiatives announced Monday are a push by Nespresso to support coffee-growing in Honduras and El Salvador, a Microsoft initiative to connect millions of people to the Internet and a $100 million commitment to the region by Mastercard to promote digital payments and e-commerce.
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