Trump Accuses Biden of Surrendering Border Security, Calls for Action
Former President Donald Trump has issued a scathing rebuke against the Biden administration, accusing President Joe Biden of abandoning America's border security and allowing a "massive invasion" of illegal migrants into the United States.
In a statement released on his social media, Trump said that during his tenure, the nation experienced the "most secure border in history," but under Biden's leadership, the situation has deteriorated into a "national security, public safety, and public health catastrophe."
Highlighting Texas Governor Greg Abbott's efforts to address the influx of illegal migrants, Trump praised the Lone Star State for invoking the "Invasion Clause" of the Constitution and called for widespread support from other states to assist in repelling the alleged invasion.
"We encourage all willing states to deploy their guards to Texas to prevent the entry of illegals and to remove them back across the border," Trump stated, emphasizing the need for collective action to safeguard the safety, security, and sovereignty of Texas and the American people.
Promising a different approach if he will return to office, Trump pledged to work closely with Governor Abbott and other border states to "stop the invasion, seal the border, and rapidly begin the largest domestic deportation operation in history."
He warned that those who entered the country illegally under Biden's watch should not feel secure, as they would ultimately be send back to their home countries.