Trump’s visit to Eagle Pass shows STRONG LEADERSHIP compared to Biden’s border FAILURES

by Summer Lane

President Donald Trump’s visit to Eagle Pass, Texas, on Thursday was a strong demonstration of his executive leadership skills, providing a sharp contrast against Joe Biden’s ongoing and catastrophic border failures.

Joe Biden appeared on video on Thursday, walking at the southern border in Brownsville, Texas, where he stiffly moved along an isolated trail with border officials in a scheduled visit to the Lone Star State. Earlier on Thursday, Trump slammed Biden for the trip, stating, “In a last-minute trip, Biden is chasing me to the border, no doubt desperate to shirk blame for the catastrophe he has caused.

President Trump cut an entirely different figure than Biden on Thursday when he arrived at Eagle Pass and greeted Texas Gov. Greg Abbott (R).

He took a tour of what he described as a “military operation” at Eagle Pass, which has been rapidly set up by Texas authorities to stop the onslaught of illegal immigration that has been left totally unchecked by the Biden administration.

The president also gave brief but pointed remarks before departing, speaking to the horrifying rising “migrant crime” that is on the uptick in the United States, paying homage to slain 22-year-old nursing student Laken Riley, who was allegedly murdered by a Venezuelan illegal alien in Georgia.

Trump described this type of savage brutality as “Biden migrant crime” and noted that it was a “new form of vicious violation to our country.”

He accused Biden of “destroying our country” and pointed out that many of the illegal migrants crossing the border were “fighting aged-men” who “look like warriors to me.” He even stated that there could be as many as 16 million people who have illegally crossed into the United States by the end of Biden’s term in office.

The president’s visit to the southern border on Thursday comes amid his 2024 presidential reelection campaign, in which he has vowed to reimplement his proven immigration policies like “Remain in Mexico” and to kick start the biggest deportation operation in American history.

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