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Biden Takes His First Overseas Trip as Southern Border Collapses 1623340800000

President Biden has his first international trip which includes visits to three countries over eight days. He plans to meet with major European nations as well as Russian President Vladimir Putin. This will be a big test for President Biden and who has been facing scrutiny for failing to address a major domestic crisis. The problems at the southern border are ballooning out of control and the Biden White House hasn't even visited. We're joined by former Secretary of State and ACLJ Senior Counsel for Global Affairs Mike Pompeo to discuss the latest news and developments. All this and more today on Sekulow.

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