Wednesday 16 June 2021
border with mexico
Trump wants to visit ‘disaster zone’
It was one of Donald Trump’s key campaign promises: a border wall with Mexico. More than 400 miles of work were completed during his tenure and now the work has come to a halt. The governor of Texas wants to go ahead with construction and invites the former president.
Former US President Donald Trump plans to visit the United States’ southern border with Mexico, which he says is “severely vulnerable”, in late June. Trump said he had accepted Texas Governor Greg Abbott’s invitation for June 30.
Trump’s successor Joe Biden saw one of his first acts in January suspend funding for the construction of a massive border fence – a major Trump project. Before being elected president in 2016, he promised to build a “beautiful wall” along the 3,200-km southern border to keep undocumented immigrants and criminals away.
Abbott announced last week that he would continue building the wall in his state independently of Washington Gov. How the Texan wants it to feel is open. The governor is among several Republicans who accused Biden of creating a crisis at the border with his migration policies, which are more liberal than the Trump era.
Due to the large number of migrants who cross the border without papers and are picked up by the authorities, The new government has been under pressure for weeks. On Tuesday she again referred to “four years of chaos and mismanagement” under Trump and promised to reform the US immigration system and combat the causes of flight into countries of origin. Trump described the border area as a “disaster zone” in his communication. The new government inherited the “strongest” and “safest” border from them and handed it over to cartels, criminals and smugglers. The whole world pity America for its “chaos” extent.
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