Trump Shreds Biden's Border Crisis During Wedding Speech: 'Worst Anybody's Ever Seen'
‘Do you miss me yet?' Trump asked wedding guests during speech
Donald Trump torched Joe Biden during a wedding speech on Sunday for his handling of the ongoing border crisis.
“The border’s not good; the border is the worst anybody’s ever seen,” Trump said.
TMZ published the video over the weekend, which showed Trump giving a speech at a wedding at Mar-a-Lago.
“I just say, ‘Do you miss me yet?'” he asked the cheering crowd.
Trump highlighted the record amounts of migrants crossing the border after Biden had rolled back his policies, causing the crisis.
“They’re living in squalor,” he said.
“It’s a humanitarian disaster from their standpoint, and it’s going to destroy the country.”
Trump then warned about how the crisis would affect the United States.
“Frankly, the country can’t afford it because you’re talking about massive, just incredibly massive amounts,” Trump said, noting the country’s school systems and hospitals would be overwhelmed.
Trump also noted his work on securing the border, saying he was “tough in the most humanitarian way.”
He then spoke about the U.S. meeting Chinese officials in Alaska, where the Chinese humiliated American diplomats.
“In China, the same thing, they never treated us that way, right?” he asked.
“You saw what happened a few days ago? it was terrible.”
Last week, Trump's former aide said he could soon visit the border to see the crisis for himself.
Jason Miller said:
"I could see him doing that soon," Miller said.
"Not immediately, but I could see a trip, some point in the future here, but it is something that [former] President Trump is really concerned about."
Meanwhile, Republican Sen. Ted Cruz said he was blocked from taking photos inside the migrant detention facility by an alleged "senior advisor" in Joe Biden's administration.
Cruz attempted to expose the overcrowded U.S. Customs and Border Protection (CBP) facility conditions but was blocked.
On Sunday, Cruz shared a video showing the official attempting to block him from taking photos of migrants who were being detained in the Donna facility.