Trump Unleashes Brutal Attack On Biden

( – The 2024 presidential election is less than five months away, and former President Donald Trump’s campaign is turning the volume up on his opponent, accusing President Joe Biden of stealing Medicaid and Social Security benefits from Americans in order to benefit illegal aliens with “mass amnesty.”

Trump campaign spokesperson Karoline Leavitt published a statement on social media from the campaign on Tuesday, June 18, in response to what the campaign calls “Biden’s Mass Amnesty Plan,” announced the same day.

Biden announced two executive orders that will benefit hundreds of thousands of illegals by forgiving their criminal crossing into the US and rewarding them with a sped-up green card process and work visas.

The first would fast-track citizenship to over 500,000 illegal alien adults if they lived in the US for 10 years to the day of June 17, including an additional 50,000 children of illegal immigrants if one of their parents is married to someone who is a citizen. The second order grants work visas to illegal aliens who have completed a degree from an American university, which includes those enrolled in the Obama-era Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA) program.

The campaign statement from Leavitt said that the plans “undoubtedly” will result in more “migrant crime” while costing American taxpayers “millions of dollars they cannot afford,” overwhelming public services, and stealing benefits from seniors in order to benefit illegal aliens. Leavitt wrote that the move will drain programs that Americans have “paid into their entire working lives.”

Leavitt called the executive orders “another invitation for illegal immigration,” which has been through the roof throughout Biden’s presidency.

In 2023 alone, US Border Patrol recorded over 2.4 million encounters at the US-Mexico border, and the new arrivals have been putting a strain on American city resources across the nation. The blow also comes at a time when the country is already struggling economically in the wake of the 2020 pandemic lockdowns, civil unrest, rising inflation, and increased cost of living.

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