Did Vice President Kamala Harris order the deportation of a reporter who asked her a tough question during a visit to the U.S.-Mexico border? No, that's not true: The reporter, identified in the video making the claim as FOX News White House correspondent Peter Doocy, is an American citizen born in Washington, D.C., and he cannot be deported from the United States by order of a vice president or president. He continued to work at his Washington-based job in the wake of his border questioning of Harris.
The claim appeared in a post (archived here) published by Benny Johnson on June 27, 2021 under the title:
Kamala Deports Reporter Who Dares Ambush Her With Tough Question a the Border
This is what the post looked like on Facebook at the time of writing:
(Source: Facebook screenshot taken on Sun Jun 27 22:49:51 2021 UTC)
The false claim in the title and description may have been intended as click bait to lure Facebook users into clicking on the video. Johnson does not himself say in the video that Harris deported the reporter. Instead, Johnson offers his opinion about the vice president's visit to the border and her response to Doocy's question.
As evidence that Doocy was not detained and deported after his encounter with Harris, we offer this live report from Doocy later that day. The video also provides context to what he was asking Harris and her response: