During an appearance on Saturday’s broadcast of FNC’s “Justice,” former President Donald Trump teased a potential trip to the U.S.-Mexico border in the near future.
The former commander-in-chief said while there was no rush, he would be going at the urging of the Border Patrol.
Partial transcript as follows:
PIRRO: Well, Mr. President, when do you think that you would go? When do you think you would go to the border?
TRUMP: Well, I’d say over the next couple of weeks. Over the next couple of weeks, the Border Patrol wants me to go, probably over the next couple of weeks.
I don’t think there’s a rush for me to go. He is supposed to go and make the decision. A very, very bad decision with stay-in-Mexico where he ended that and it’s incredible, they’re not — we’re not getting along with Mexico any longer.
You have a great President of Mexico who was fantastic to me. Soldiers on our border — 28,000 soldiers stopped people from coming in.
You know, one of the big things not only people, but drugs are pouring in at a number that we’ve never seen before now. We stopped it largely, and you know we were — the wall is just a few weeks away from being completed. He didn’t want to complete it. It took two and a half years to start because the Congress, the Democrats in Congress, Pelosi and everybody sued us 11 different times.
So after we won all the lawsuits —
PIRRO: I recall.
TRUMP: We started it, they should finish the wall, number one, and they should have the stay-in policy reinserted because if you don’t have that, this is going to be a disaster.
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