Bill Maher, the host of HBO’s “Real Time,” expressed his frustration with Joe Biden’s recent executive order on immigration during his Friday program. Maher, a prominent supporter of Biden, believes that the order is insufficient and will not contribute significantly to the president’s chances of winning a second term. Biden’s executive order aims to halt new asylum requests once the number of migrants crossing into the U.S. reaches an average of 2,500 per day over a week.

Despite Biden’s previous statements about his inability to address the immigration crisis, Maher argues that this particular order is unlikely to appease any of the parties involved.

“I think if Biden loses this election, it’s gonna be because of two things,” Maher said. “He’s old, and he can’t get past that issue, and people just hate that about him. And immigration. I mean, just on a political level, I don’t think they could’ve handled it worse. Because now what’s going on … he’s finally, after saying he couldn’t do anything, he’s gonna issue an executive order. By the way, this is the same executive order Trump tried to get through the courts, and they didn’t let him do it.”

“But he’s gonna finally try it six months before the election, which says we’ll put a cap of 2,500 now asylum seekers coming in,” the comedian noted further. “If it passes 2,500, if it’s 2,501, then we automatically close the border. Fire marshal says, ‘No more.’ He’s gonna come here and close the club. And if you don’t have a stamp on your hand, you can’t get back in.”

According to reports, anywhere from 6 to 11 million people have crossed illegally into the country since Biden reversed most of former President Donald Trump’s immigration and border enforcement policies on his first day in office. Illegal immigrants who have settled in “sanctuary cities” like New York City, Chicago, and elsewhere have soaked up resources and angered local residents.

“But when it goes down to 1,500, then we resume standard asylum procedures. It’s like surge pricing with Uber,” Maher quipped. “It’s a bizarre scheme that, of course, has pleased nobody. It looks like he did nothing, nothing, nothing, nothing. Of course, he did try through Congress, and the Republicans purposely spiked that football … but now it looks like this is his last minute before the election Hail Mary pass. And it’s not going to succeed.”