Trump says he’ll visit border in a few weeks and rips Biden for undoing ‘Remain in Mexico’ policy

Former President Donald Trump says he will visit the border in the next few weeks as he blasts Biden for undoing his ‘Remain in Mexico’ policy

  • Former President Donald Trump also called getting rid of the Migrant Protection Protocol a ‘very bad decision’
  • ‘A lot of people want me to’ visit the border, Trump told Pirro on Saturday
  • Trump’s last trip to the border during his final weeks in office when he traveled to Alamo, Texas, to celebrate his border wall

Former President Donald Trump said he will visit the border in the next few weeks as he blasts Biden for undoing his ‘Remain in Mexico‘ policy.

Trump also called getting rid of the Migrant Protection Protocol a ‘very bad decision,’ in an interview with Fox News‘ Judge Jeanine Pirro on Saturday.

‘A lot of people want me to’ visit the border, Trump told Pirro.

Trump last visited the border during his final weeks in office when he traveled to Alamo, Texas, to celebrate the completion of more than 450 miles of his border wall.

Former President Donald Trump said he will visit the border in the next few weeks as he blasts Biden for undoing his 'Remain in Mexico' policy

Former President Donald Trump said he will visit the border in the next few weeks as he blasts Biden for undoing his ‘Remain in Mexico’ policy

Since then, the United States has seen an unprecedented surge of migrants at the border as the number of unaccompanied children are on track to surpass numbers from May 2019.

U.S. border agents conducted 100,441 apprehensions or expulsions of migrants at the border with Mexico in February – the highest monthly total since a border crisis of 2019, the U.S. Customs and Border Protection said recently.

President Joe Biden claimed on Wednesday that a ‘surge’ of migrants at the southern border started during the Trump administration.

Biden also blamed Trump for getting rid of a $700 million foreign aid program that would have prevented the migration surge by strengthening the economies of El Salvador, Honduras and Guatemala.

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