Trump Rebukes Biden Over Southern Border Crisis

Former President Donald Trump recently attended the southern border in Eagle Pass, Texas, where he issued a scathing rebuke of President Joe Biden for refusing to address the crisis.

The former president received a tour of the border sector at Eagle Pass. While there, Texas officials told him they were shocked by the massive waves of illegal immigration in the U.S.

Trump condemned Biden for “destroying our country” by refusing to enact border security measures.

“What he’s done to our country is he’s destroying our country,” the former president said. “We were just talking before, the general was saying, he can’t believe what’s happening. They can’t believe it’s so sad.”

Trump cited crime statistics involving illegal immigrants who have been let into America, given the Biden administration’s lax border policies.

“These are the people that are coming into our country and they’re coming from jails and they’re coming from prisons and they’re coming from mental institutions and they’re coming from insane asylums and they’re terrorists,” he added.

While in Eagle Pass, the former president was interviewed by Fox News host Sean Hannity, where he said this is the “worst border ever in the history of the world.”

Shortly before his visit, Trump wrote an op-ed for The Daily Mail. He cited his accomplishments as president, which reduced illegal immigration and secured the southern border.

“We ended catch and release. We built hundreds of miles of Border Wall. We implemented Remain in Mexico, Safe Third Country Agreements with Central American nations, an asylum ban, Title 42, and rapid removals,” Trump wrote.

Since Biden took office, illegal immigration has soared to unprecedented levels, jeopardizing the lives of Americans. The president has refused to address the crisis and his administration has done little to mitigate the disaster at the border. As a result, Homeland Security Secretary Alejandro Mayorkas was recently impeached by House Republicans.

Biden’s lax efforts have allowed notorious cartels to import record numbers of fentanyl into the U.S., killing over 100,000 Americans.

Under the president’s tenure, more than 7 million illegal immigrants have crossed the southern border. Such a figure exceeds the population of 36 states.