What’s new: Senate negotiators shared their border security deal Sunday night. The 370-page bill is designed to give Customs and Border Patrol agents “operational control” of the southern border by speeding up the processing of asylum claims and giving the president the authority to shut down the border if daily crossings average more than 4,000 migrants.
Let’s talk money: The full supplemental deal totals $118 billion. That includes funds for the border, Israel and Ukraine aid and other foreign policy priorities. About $20 billion out of the $118 billion will go to the border security portion of the deal.
What’s next: Senate Majority Leader Chuck Schumer, D-N.Y., plans to bring it to the floor this week. Whether the Senate bill will be taken up in the House is still up in the air. Speaker Mike Johnson, R-La., has said it’s “dead on arrival.”