Kamala Harris has another trip away from Washington planned for next week – but it’s not a visit to the U.S.-Mexico border region.
The vice president on Tuesday will travel to Milwaukee, according to reports.
Harris is expected to promote the president’s American Jobs Plan and other agenda items, WKOW-TV of Madison, Wis., reported.
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The trip will come just after the completion of President Biden and Harris’ first 100 days in office, according to FOX 6 of Milwaukee.
Harris’ other recent travel destinations have included Connecticut, New Hampshire, Illinois, North Carolina and California.
On Wednesday night, the vice president received a new assignment from Biden: to help advance the American Jobs Plan, a $2 trillion proposal to upgrade the nation’s infrastructure.
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The assignment came just over a month since Biden tasked Harris with managing the administration’s response to the migrant crisis at the U.S.-Mexico border – an assignment for which Harris has taken much criticism from Republicans because of overcrowding in migrant shelters, crime in border towns and other issues.