Former US president and presidential candidate Donald Trump has declared that should he be re-elected, his administration would collaborate closely with Abbott, the governor of Texas, and other border states to stop the influx of illegal immigrants, secure the border, and launch the largest-ever domestic deportation programme.
He said that people that President Joe Biden has allowed into the nation shouldn’t settle in since they will be going back to their countries.
Donald Trump has accused Joe Biden of aiding millions of illegal migrants into the US to vote for him, suggesting that Mr. Biden’s reluctance to increase security on the southern US border is an attempt to “illegally allow” millions of people into the country to rig the 2024 presidential election.
Trump announced this on Friday in a message that he posted on his Facebook page.
He is now leading with 32 delegates in the race for the US presidency, which he is contesting against Biden and other political opponents.
Trump is utilising the argument of illegal immigration against Biden. He also asserted that Biden is attempting to cut off Governor Abbott and the State of Texas so that the influx of illegal immigrants will go uncontrolled.
As per the former president’s statement, Texas has legitimately invoked the Invasion Clause of the Constitution to counteract the threat to national security, public safety, and public health. The state needs complete backing to successfully repel the invasion.
”We had the safest border in history during my tenure as president. Joe Biden has given up control of our border and is encouraging a vast influx of millions of undocumented immigrants into the country.” He said
Trump has called on all Americans and states to support and deploy guards to Texas authorities to prevent the entry of all illegal immigrants by protecting the safety, security, and sovereignty of Texas and of the American people.”
In his term as president, Trump ordered a travel ban on citizens from several Muslim-majority countries, diverted military funding towards building a wall on the U.S.-Mexico border, and implemented a policy of family separations for migrants detained at the U.S. border.
Donald Trump was impeached by the House of Representatives for abuse of power and obstruction of Congress and was acquitted by the Senate in February 2020. He was impeached by the House of Representatives for the second time on January 13, 2021, on the charge of incitement to insurrection.
The Senate trial began on February 9, 2021, and concluded with his acquittal on February 13, 2021. Seven Republican senators joined all Democratic and independent senators in voting to convict Trump, but the vote fell 10 votes short of the two-thirds majority required by the Constitution, resulting in his acquittal. This made Trump the first U.S. president to be impeached twice.