The two Republican U.S. senators kept the pressure around the Biden-Harris government this weekend concerning the migrant crisis in the U.S.-Mexico boundary .
Sunday was the 54th consecutive day that Vice President Kamala Harris has visited the border area nor held a news conference concerning her job as President Biden's appointed director of the national response to the crisis.
U.S. Sen. Ted Cruz, R-Texas, a vocal critic of Biden and Harris, picked Sunday to converse out a movie clip of a speech that he made Thursday, hammering the government because of its boundary policies.
"Biden, Kamala, and [Homeland Security Secretary Alejandro] Mayorkas should quit pretending there isn't any crisis on our southern boundary.
"The security and safety of Texans and Americans across the nation is at stake."
U.S. Sen. Rick Scott, R-Fla., had been seen in a different clip which was posted Saturday in the exact same Thursday news conference.
"Kamala Harris could have walked into the Texas border in the time that she has been given the duty to fix this issue," Scott said,"and [she's ] nothing "
It has argued that Harris is concentrated on addressing the"root causes" of migration, in talks with Latin American leaders, instead of on the president making in-house appearances in the boundary.
"We are less worried about media conferences or political games that are being played with a few," White House press secretary Jen Psaki told reporters a week, based on Florida Politics.
Biden and Harris have been sending agents to the boundary.
Before this month, Mayorkas -- who's made many trips to the boundary.