Senate negotiators: agreement on border laws


Senate negotiators have unveiled a bipartisan deal on a proposal to overhaul the asylum system at the U.S. border with Mexico, as well as provide new aid to Ukraine and Israel.

U.S. Senate
U.S. Senate

The deal is part of a larger national security package that President Joe Biden requested for $110 billion.

However, the deal faces an uphill fight to pass in Congress, as some Republicans have opposed it under pressure from former President Donald Trump.

The deal is a complex and controversial proposal that aims to address several national security issues, such as the border crisis, the Ukraine conflict, and the Israel-Palestine situation.

It has some support from both parties, but also faces strong opposition from some Republicans who are loyal to Trump. The deal is expected to be voted on this week, but its fate is uncertain.

The Senate is expected to vote on the package this week.

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