The campaign is over. Biden was won the election. Very soon, he will need to make real decisions and live with them. A caravan of immigrants is on its way to the border, demanding that Biden "honors his commitments". The caravan has about 1,000 people, but it is sure to grow. Biden's domestic policy advisor seems to have thrown cold water on the idea of opening up the border too fast. "Processing capacity at the border is not like a light that you can just switch on and off," incoming Biden domestic policy adviser Susan Rice told Spanish wire service EFE. "Migrants and asylum seekers absolutely should not believe those in the region peddling the idea that the border will suddenly be fully open to process everyone on Day 1. It will not." "Our priority is to reopen asylum processing at the border consistent with the capacity to do so safely and to protect public health, especially in the context of COVID-19," she said. "This effort will begin immediately but it will take months to develop the capacity that we will need to reopen fully." But 1,000 people is not many. Soon, he will likely have to decide what to do with half a million, with more on the way. This baby now belongs to him and his Democrat-controlled Congress. No more Trump or Republicans to blame for everything. What will he do?