President Biden is ghosting the Democrat mayors of major cities including Denver that are being heavily impacted by the party’s self-inflicted migrant crisis.

It’s been a week since Denver Mayor Hancock and the mayors from NYC, LA, and Houston wrote urgently to the president requesting a meeting to discuss the influx of alleged asylum seekers heavily impacting major U.S. cities.

“This is a matter of grave importance to us as we are experiencing a dramatic influx of asylum seekers and anticipate even more [after the end of Title 42],” the letter explained.

Last week, he (Hancock) said the city was considering service cuts if it did not receive any help or extra reimbursement for the $16 million spent on the emergency response.

City shelters are full, while immigration activists are helping house more than 1,000 migrants.

From Colorado Politics:

In their letter, the mayors said they want to discuss partnership opportunities to “ensure our nation humanely accommodates all asylum seekers.”

Each of these urban centers — except Denver — has long been considered a “gateway city” for newly arrived immigrants.

“Our cities have been hard at work doing more than our fair share and we need continued federal governmental assistance,” the mayors wrote, adding their cities have been on the “frontlines of this crisis.”

Including “got-aways,” there have been more than 6.6 million illegal border crossings since Biden took office.

Meanwhile, the cost to Denver and Colorado taxpayers keeps climbing.

The Common Sense Institute estimates Denver will spend an additional $18 million to $23 million to care for migrants throughout 2023.

If Biden’s cold shoulder is any indication, it looks like the burden will continue to be borne by taxpayers locally.