Former President Donald Trump revealed the first action he will take if he is reelected as president in 2024 during an interview on Epoch TV’s Kash’s Corner.
Trump noted his first action will be to restart the construction of the border wall along the nation’s southern border to send a signal of strength to world leaders.
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Why the border?
“First of all, the wall, even for him,” Trump said, referring to Xi. “You know why? Because when he sees millions of people pouring into our country, he loses respect for our country.”
“When him and Putin and Kim Jong Un and Iran’s leaders, when they’re watching millions of people walk into our country … They lose respect,” he added.
Former President Donald Trump’s said that if he wins the presidency again, his first executive action would be to restart construction of the wall on the southern U.S. border.
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In addition to projecting strength, the move is an important part of controlling illegal immigration and protecting national security.
Under President Joe Biden, more than two million people have already illegally crossed the southern U.S. border, with only a small percentage deported as a result.
Vice President Kamala Harris was appointed by Biden to lead the nation’s immigration response in early 2021. The move led to little action and a surging border crisis that has become a major issue nationwide.
“During fiscal year 2021 alone we’re on track to have so many illegal immigrants enter America that their total number will be greater than the entire population of 11 U.S. States,” according to reports.
Just how much has illegal immigration exploded under Resident Biden? Well, during fiscal year 2021 alone we’re on track to have so many illegal immigrants enter America that their total number will be greater than the entire population of 11 U.S. States. https://t.co/1ymJeN5R51
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Trump’s first action will likely resonate with the voters who put him in office the first time, and will presumably pick up many more American voters who are frustrated with the Biden administration’s inaction on the illegal immigration crisis.