Overseas Network, December 26. According to the US “Newsweek” report, on December 25, local time, former US President Trump delivered a Christmas speech on his personal social platform, saying that “America is dying from within”.
Trump wrote, “On this very cold but beautiful Christmas day, look at the southern border of the United States now, compared with the Trump administration not so long ago.” Safe Border” and now it’s a “horror show” with record numbers of immigrants pouring into the United States at a rate never before seen, many of them repeat offenders (including killers, human traffickers, and drug dealers). “America is dying from within.”
After Trump posted the article, it quickly sparked controversy on American social media. Some Democratic officials accused the Republican Party of using immigrants as “political pawns”, and criticized the policies of the Trump administration that harmed the human rights of immigrants and were costly, so they should not be proud.
Recently, the U.S.-Mexico border issue has become an urgent topic of debate between U.S. Democrats and Republicans. The fuse is the “Article 42 Border Clause” (hereinafter referred to as “Article 42”) that will expire on December 21. Policy. The policy was instituted by the Trump administration in 2020 to deport immigrants based on public health measures. The current U.S. government has always wanted to abolish this clause, but it continues to be resisted by southern Republican states, and related policy reforms have been delayed again and again.
On December 17, the U.S. Court of Appeals for the District of Columbia Circuit rejected a request by Republican state officials to extend Section 42. However, on December 19, Chief Justice John Roberts of the U.S. Supreme Court announced that he would suspend the execution of the Court of Appeals ruling, and the bipartisan controversy became even more serious.
Recently, border states and counties in the United States are facing more pressure. A large number of immigrants have poured into El Paso, Texas. The city once declared a state of emergency.