Trump attacked Biden about the Mexican border crisis, saying that with the surge in immigration reaching a 20-year high, the situation is “worse than ever.”
Donald Trump slammed the Biden administration even though the number of immigrants blocked by the authorities last month exceeded the number in the past 20 years.
Trump said in a statement: “Our recently secured southern border is now worse than ever.” “In the history of our country, it has never been more dangerous or worse.”
Trump’s statement Mentioned the surge in immigration across the border since Joe Biden was elected.
Although his statement claimed that the continued number of people at the border was the largest in the country’s history, the country’s saw Similar immigration crossing points in the 2000s.
For the first time since April 2000, US authorities have prevented more than 180,000 undocumented immigrants from crossing the southern border. This is a shocking figure that highlights the ongoing border crisis.
Trump sees these numbers as an opportunity to attack the current government.
He wrote: “In the history of our country, such a heinous thing has never happened.” “The Biden administration stopped building the remaining small openings in the nearly 500-mile-long walled area and took away our great border. All powers of the patrol.”
He said: “And has ended the long-term struggle for policies including staying in Mexico, the third safety agreement, and our hugely successful plan to stop capture and release completely.”
“Millions of people have poured into our borders, including many criminals who have been released from prison for crimes such as murder, drug smuggling and human trafficking,” he said. “Because our country is being destroyed, they will take action soon!”
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According to new data released by the US Customs and Border Protection (CBP) on Wednesday, the agency made 180,034 arrests in May, a slight increase from 178,854 in April.
In the first four months of 2000, at least 180,000 immigrants were arrested.
The figure reached 211,000 in February and exceeded 220,000 in March.