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Ex-President Trump attempted to undermine the prospects of major immigration reform this year once again the day after Vice President Biden ratcheted up his rhetoric on a border compromise.

When it comes to the border, the former president and current GOP presidential candidate emphasised the importance of a good agreement over none at all on Truth Social.

Senate negotiators have not yet finalised the bipartisan pact, but it could give Biden’s administration the power to close the border if certain daily crossing thresholds are satisfied.

According to Biden, the proposed reforms would constitute the most stringent and equitable measures to strengthen our nation’s border security that have ever been in place, should they be approved and signed into law.

In the event that the border is swamped, it would grant me further emergency powers as president to close it. And the day I sign the bill into law would be the day I put that power to use,” he said, pleading with Congress to approve the measure.

As Trump further established himself as the leading Republican candidate for president in New Hampshire this week, negotiations on a border compromise in the Senate descended into turmoil. Only after Mitch McConnell eventually allayed fears about his dedication to a deal would the talks resume.

Among Republicans affiliated with Trump in the House, including Speaker Mike Johnson, support for the deal is significantly lower than among Republicans in the Senate.

A major tenet of Trump’s campaign platform has been border security and immigration reform.

“It is the WORST BORDER IN THE HISTORY OF THE WORLD, an open wound in our once great Country,” Trump wrote on Saturday, reiterating his usual complaints of the present situation of the southern border and demanding its closure.


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