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Trump to Visit Southern Border on June 30

'Biden and Harris won’t even tour the scenes of the wreckage they created...'

Former president Donald Trump announced this week that he plans to visit the nation’s southern border—which he said has been “decimated” by the Biden administration’s lax immigration policies—at the end of the month.

Trump said he accepted an invitation from Texas Gov. Greg Abbott to visit the region, and he blasted President Joe Biden for mishandling the ongoing immigration crisis.

“The Biden Administration inherited from me the strongest, safest, and most secure border in U.S history and in mere weeks they turned it into the single worst border crisis in U.S history. It’s an unmitigated disaster zone,” Trump said in a statement on Tuesday.

The country is “now one giant sanctuary city where even dangerous criminals are being cut loose and set free … on a daily basis,” the former president added.

Trump also slammed Biden and Vice President Kamala Harris, who is supposedly overseeing the Biden administration’s response to the immigration crisis, for not taking it upon themselves to visit the border or the officials who work there.

“Biden and Harris won’t even tour the scenes of the wreckage they created, or come down and visit with the Border Patrol and [Immigration and Customs Enforcement] heroes risking their lives to defend our Nation at a time when the White House is doing everything it can to make their job totally impossible,” he said.

Trump’s plans follow an announcement from Abbott that Texas planned to complete construction on the unfinished sections of Trump’s border wall. Abbott said he hopes to raise enough money nationally to fund its completion.

“For everybody in the United States, everybody in the entire world that wants to help Texas build the border wall, there will be a place on there where they can contribute to Texas building the border wall,” Abbott announced this week.

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