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TRUMP’S VISIT TO EAGLE PASS IS A PIVOTAL MOMENT IN THE 2024 RACE

TRUMP’S VISIT TO EAGLE PASS IS A PIVOTAL MOMENT IN THE 2024 RACE

In a significant development, former President Donald Trump made a visit to Eagle Pass, Texas, a town of about 29,000 along the state’s border with Mexico. This visit holds immense importance in the context of the 2024 race.

With illegal border crossings reaching an all-time high, Trump’s presence at ground zero of the border fight between Texas and the federal government underscores the gravity of the situation. Notably, this visit comes as President Joe Biden finally travels to the southern border, a region he has only visited once since taking office.

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The visit to Eagle Pass serves as a pivotal moment in the ongoing political landscape. As the 2024 campaign unfolds, Trump’s actions and statements are closely scrutinized. His visit to the border and engagement with the community resonate with voters and shape the discourse around immigration, security, and governance.

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Whether you support or oppose Trump, there’s no denying that this visit has injected fresh energy into the political arena. As the race intensifies, the impact of this moment will reverberate throughout the campaign trail.

Among his key plans, Trump has vowed to take aggressive action against the drug cartels, indicating that he will “declare war” on them, as he did with ISIS, and use “special forces, cyber warfare, and other overt and covert actions to inflict maximum damage on cartel leadership, infrastructure, and operations.”

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The 45th president further added that he would work with Congress and pass legislation to ensure these “drug smugglers and human traffickers receive the death penalty” and that he would reinstate the “Remain In Mexico” policy and “build the wall.”

Construction of a wall between the United States and Mexico was one of the main promises Trump made during his 2016 campaign. He delivered on that promise days after taking office, signing an executive order to begin construction of what became nearly 500 miles of border wall.

Trump also signed into law a measure that provided $4.5 billion for humanitarian and security assistance on the border.

Meanwhile, Biden affirmed that he would attempt to mitigate the border crossings if Congress authorized $60 billion for military assistance in Ukraine, according to a report from the Associated Press.

Nonetheless, it has become obvious which president has fought to put American interests first and which has served in his own self-interest without any regard for the American people.

Regardless, Americans must ask themselves come November 2024 if they can really afford to have the southern border in its current state—or worse—for four more years or whether they want a return to putting America first.

RSBN will provide live coverage of President Trump’s remarks in Eagle Pass, Texas, on Thursday, Feb. 29, at 2:00 p.m. ET.

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