Potential Trump Travel Plans Prompt Response from White House

There are few things that the Democratic Party fears more than a Trump campaign getting off the group ahead of the 2024 election.

That’s because, at this point, Trump is in the driver’s seat of the entire right side of the aisle and every move he makes brings him closer to reuniting American conservatives behind him.

This is why Trump’s latest travel plans, which are certainly no coincidence with the Biden border crisis ongoing, are being construed by some as preemptive campaign events.

Former President Trump sat down with Judge Jeanine Pirro for an exclusive interview that aired on Fox News’ “Justice with Judge Jeanine” on Saturday night.

“A lot of people want me to” visit the border, Trump told Pirro.

In the interview, Trump said he would probably visit the southern border over the next few weeks.

Trump called President Biden’s undoing of the “Remain in Mexico” policy, or the Migrant Protection Protocol, a “very bad decision.”

Trump didn’t pull any punches.

“Thousands and thousands of people are coming up right now as we speak. And you’re going to have millions of people pouring into our country. And it’s going to destroy our country,” Trump told Pirro.

The White House responded to Trump’s comments by stating that they “don’t care” if he visits the border, attempting in vain to declare themselves unconcerned about the GOP’s secret weapon.