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Donald Trump Teases Major Move After Blasting Biden Over Border

What exactly is Trump up to, here?

There is little doubt that America will be seeing a lot more from Donald Trump in the coming months.  The former President has already delivered an astonishing speech at CPAC in which he not only teased the possibility that he’d run for the White House again in 2024, but also strongly reiterated the reality that, without his supporters, the Republican Party will have a hard time moving forward.

In the weeks since that speech, Trump has lashed out on a number of occasions via press release or call-in appearances to a number of editorial news programs.

Now, as President Joe Biden looks to be fumbling his response to an ever-worsening border crisis, Trump is taking aim at his successor, and teasing something rather profound in doing so.

Former President Trump sat down with Judge Jeanine Pirro for an exclusive interview that aired on Fox News’ “Justice with Judge Jeanine” on Saturday night.

“A lot of people want me to” visit the border, Trump told Pirro.

In the interview, Trump said he would probably visit the southern border over the next few weeks.

Trump called President Biden’s undoing of the “Remain in Mexico” policy, or the Migrant Protection Protocol, a “very bad decision.”

And that wasn’t all.

“Thousands and thousands of people are coming up right now as we speak. And you’re going to have millions of people pouring into our country. And it’s going to destroy our country,” Trump told Pirro.

Trump said the first thing Biden should do is reenact the “Remain in Mexico” policy and complete the border wall.

He said Mexico is now “very angry at us.” “We’re not getting along with Mexico any longer. You have a great president of Mexico who was fantastic to me,” Trump said.

The Biden administration has not only been dealing with an incredibly profound surge in migrant crossings at the southern border, but they’ve also been reluctant to allow journalists access to some of the migrant detention centers in the region, leaving many to wonder if the situation isn’t somehow far worse than imagined.

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