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Trump slams Biden border policies, claims they are 'conspiracy to overthrow' the US

By Stew Davidson
March 3, 2024

Former President Donald Trump delivered a sharp critique of President Biden's border policies during a rally in Richmond, Virginia, on Saturday night.

The event attracted a vast crowd of Trump supporters, with people journeying from across Virginia, eagerly gathering hours ahead of Trump's speech at the convention center.

Once Trump took the stage, amid robust applause, he quickly directed his critique towards Biden, explicitly targeting the administration's handling of the border, as the Daily Mail reported.

Trump asserted, "Biden's conduct on our border is by any definition a conspiracy to overthrow the United States of America," voicing his dismay at the administration's policies, which he believes are harming the country.

He humorously criticized the administration's new terminology for immigrants, remarking on the mandated use of "newcomers" and the absurdity of potential legal consequences for non-compliance.

Voter Concerns and Trump's Border Security Stance

The issue of border security resonated deeply with the event's attendees.

Many of those present expressed to the Daily Mail that immigration is their foremost concern heading into the next election.

Individuals like Duchess, a Virginia voter, and Dave from Woodbridge, Virginia, emphasized immigration as their top priority.

Their words reflected a broader sentiment in which 28% of voters now see immigration as the nation's most pressing issue, surpassing concerns about the government and the economy.

Recent polls have also shown a growing favor among U.S. voters for a physical barrier at the U.S.-Mexico border, a key aspect of Trump's 2016 campaign platform.

Trump's Momentum in the Primaries

Trump's message on border security is gaining traction as he celebrated victories in the Idaho, Missouri, and Michigan primaries, maintaining his unbeaten streak in this year's primary and caucus contests.

These wins further solidify his standing ahead of Super Tuesday, the most significant day of the primary season.

On that day, 16 states and American Samoa will vote for the Republican presidential nominee.

Trump's optimistic outlook was evident as he concluded his speech, promising, "Three years ago we were a great nation and soon we will be a great nation again," echoing his campaign's message of restoration and strength.

The rally, which also saw appearances by Republican Reps. Lauren Boebert (CO) and Matt Gaetz (FL) was Trump's second campaign event of the day, following an earlier rally in North Carolina.

As the campaign season heats up, Trump's focus on border security and his critique of the Biden administration's policies continue to be central themes.

It is clear that his words resonate with many of his supporters who are looking for a return to his leadership and policy priorities.