Bor­der cri­sis pol­i­tics get messy for Trump and Biden in Wis­con­sin

Border crisis politics get messy for Trump and Biden in Wisconsin

Vot­ers from the swing state of Wis­con­sin are point­ing the fin­ger at Repub­li­cans and for­mer Pres­i­dent Don­ald Trump for the cri­sis at the bor­der, accord­ing to a recent­ly con­duct­ed focus group. 
Pres­i­dent Joe Biden’s State of the Union address last week didn’t give him the boost he need­ed in the polls, after hit­ting an all-time low in his favor­a­bil­i­ty among vot­ers at the end of last year. How­ev­er, con­ver­sa­tions from an Engagious/Sago focus group report­ed by Axios, sug­gest that the president’s com­ments on immi­gra­tion and the bor­der suc­cess­ful­ly riled Democ­rats and inde­pen­dents to put the blame on Repub­li­cans for the failed bor­der bill. 
“With the State of the Union, Biden suc­cess­ful­ly got swing vot­ers mad at Trump for tank­ing a con­gres­sion­al deal on immi­gra­tion,” Rich Thau, the …