Trump Awaits Biden’s ‘Apology’ on Border Wall

The past U.S. President, Donald Trump, took a swipe at the incumbent president after learning on Thursday that President Joe Biden’s administration is setting aside 26 federal regulations to further the border wall construction. This marks a change from Biden’s decision on his first day in office in January 2021, which halted the project.

Trump remarked that Biden was “slow to act” and anticipates an apology from him.

On Wednesday, the Department of Homeland disclosed its plans to continue wall construction in Starr County, Texas, a major border entry point. This year, the administration reported 245,000 unauthorized crossings in this area.

Trump commented on Truth Social, “It’s noteworthy to see Biden bypass multiple environmental laws, reinforcing my decision when I erected 560 miles (though they mention 450 miles in some reports) of the new border wall.”

Using executive authority, Biden reinitiated the construction, contrasting his earlier action on January 20, 2021, when he terminated Trump’s initiative. Back then, Biden remarked that “a vast wall encompassing the whole southern border doesn’t offer a genuine policy resolution.”

The increase in unauthorized migrant influx compelled the current administration to reconsider its stance.

Trump expressed on his platform, “As history has shown us over millennia, only two things have truly been effective: wheels and walls! I wonder if Biden will admit his delay in acting and the subsequent influx of 15 million undocumented immigrants. I’m waiting for his apology!”