Trump Heads To U.S.-Mexico Border To Attack Biden Policies

Trump Heads To U.S.-Mexico Border To Attack Biden Policies
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Former President Donald Trump is due to visit the U.S.-Mexico border on Wednesday. He seeks to reclaim the spotlight, riding a wave of Republican attacks on Democratic President Joe Biden over the rise in migrants caught entering the United States.

Joe Biden ends funds diverted to Mexico border wall as he signs his first executive orders. The Mexico-United States border is an international border that runs from Imperial Beach, California, and Tijuana, Baja California, west to Matamoros, Tamaulipas, and Brownsville, Texas, in the east, and traverses many terrains, from the large urban areas to harsh deserts. From the Gulf of Mexico, the border follows the Rio Grande to the border at El Paso, Texas, and Ciudad Juárez, Chihuahua, to the west.

US President Joe Biden has issued his first executive orders, ending emergency funds to build a wall on the Mexican border and requiring face masks to be worn on federal land.

They were two of 15 executive actions the new President signed on his first day in office. The emergency declaration signed by former president Donald Trump to divert funding to building a wall on the US-Mexico border has been stopped.

The border wall was one of the signature projects of the Trump administration and was a key policy on his way to winning the 2016 election. Biden has also made the wearing of face masks mandatory in and on Federal Government buildings and land.

Even in the twilight of the Trump administration, Nayda Alvarez is battling to keep construction of the border wall out of her south Texas backyard.

The surge of migrants is fast becoming an early and critical test for Biden to show he can be both firm and humane in dealing with immigration and set his administration apart from his predecessor, Donald Trump, whose policies restricted migrants from entering the U.S.

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