Mary Trump Reveals “Smoking Gun” Against Uncle Donald on Migrant Crisis as Border Debate Intensifies

by Jessica

Mary Trump, the estranged niece of former President Donald Trump, unveiled what she dubbed a “smoking gun” against her uncle concerning the migrant crisis at the U.S.-Mexico border.  Immigration looms large as a pivotal issue leading up to the 2024 presidential election.

Polls indicate skepticism toward President Joe Biden’s border policies, while Trump, presumed GOP nominee for 2024, advocates for tougher measures, including what he pledges as the largest domestic deportation operation in U.S. history.

Criticism of Biden’s handling of the border issue spans bipartisan lines, particularly as the nation grapples with a surge in migrant crossings, reported Newsweek.

Border Patrol data shows over 2.4 million encounters at the southern border during the 2023 fiscal year, a significant increase from previous years.

Republicans attribute the rise in migrants to Biden’s policies, alleging they incentivize illegal immigration. However, experts point to various factors, including instability in Central American countries, as drivers of migration to the U.S.

Mary Trump took to social media to share a video of Senator Mitt Romney accusing Donald Trump of sabotaging bipartisan border security legislation to score political points against Biden. She criticized Republican voters for overlooking these tactics.

In a joint conference with House Speaker Mike Johnson, Trump emphasized the need for unity in addressing illegal immigration and election integrity. He called on Biden to take immediate action at the border.

Trump has been vocal about demanding a “perfect” border deal before the general election, raising speculation about Republican motivations in stalling bipartisan efforts.

However, Johnson dismissed suggestions that Republicans were intentionally prolonging the issue for political gain. The bipartisan border security bill, totaling $118 billion, aimed to bolster enforcement measures and address concerns at the southern border.

Despite bipartisan support, it was rejected in the Senate, with conservatives arguing it didn’t go far enough to curb illegal immigration.

Biden expressed disappointment over the bill’s failure, attributing it to Trump’s influence in Congress. The ongoing debate underscores the contentious nature of immigration policy and its significance in national politics.

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