WASHINGTON—The Biden administration’s immigration policy has been muddled by high-profile reversals and splits within the senior ranks, leaving the government struggling to counter a record number of migrants at the border and reliant on some Trump administration policies that President Biden pledged during his campaign to unwind.
Underlying much of the lack of cohesion is a rift at the highest levels of the administration over the broad direction immigration policy should take, said dozens of current and former administration officials, lawmakers and outside groups familiar with the government’s considerations.
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