Former US President Donald Trump is scheduled to visit the southern border with Mexico at the end of June. Trump said he accepted the invitation of Texas Governor Greg Abbott by June 30. His successor, Joe Biden, suspended funding for the construction of massive border fences in January as one of his first actions – a major Trump plan. The Biden government is currently under pressure from a large number of immigrants crossing the border.
Prior to his election as president in 2016, Trump promised to build a “beautiful wall” 3,200 kilometers south of the border to keep undocumented immigrants and criminals at bay. Abbott announced last week that he was building a wall in the US state of Texas, independent of the Washington government. It is obvious how he wants to feel this. The governor is one of several Republicans who have accused Biden of triggering a crisis with his immigration policies, which are more liberal than the Trump era.
The new government has been under pressure for weeks as large numbers of undocumented migrants have been deported by authorities. He described Tuesday as “four years of chaos and mismanagement” under Trump, and promised to reform the U.S. immigration system and address the root causes of displacement in Native countries.
Trump described the border area as a “disaster area.” The former US president announced on Tuesday (local time) that the new government has taken “strong” and “safe” borders from him and given control over it to cartels, criminals and kidnappers.