resident Trump on Tuesday seemed to already know what President Biden was going to tout in his State of the Union address – criticizing him ahead of the speech on a range of issues – from a southern U.S. border being overwhelmed by illegal migration to an economy battered by inflation and in peril of falling into a recession.
“Here’s the real state of the union,” Trump says in the roughly two-minute, pre-recorded video address. “Over the past two years under Biden, millions and millions of illegal aliens from 160 different countries, have stormed across our southern border.”
The White House did not say in a fact sheet released before Biden’s address in House Chambers, before a joint session of Congress, that he would address the issue. However, the administration has previously argued it is dealing with the world-wide migration problem in a humane and orderly manner.
However, the White House did acknowledge that Biden would in his address pose ways to stop to the influx of the potentially-deadly synthetic narcotic fentanyl at the U.S. points of entry.
Said Trump: “Drug cartels are now raking in billions of dollars from smuggling poison to kill our people and to kill our children.”
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