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Trump campaign slams Biden on US-Mexico border in ad: ‘The world burns’

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An advertisement released by Donald Trump’s campaign criticizes President Biden’s border enforcement, claiming that open borders have allowed terrorists and fentanyl traffickers to enter the country.

It highlights Trump’s promise to secure the border and construct a wall.

The ad follows reports of a significant influx of immigrants at the U.S.-Mexico border, and negotiations on border security measures have hit a roadblock between the parties.

“While the world burns, Joe Biden has created a violent threat in our own backyard. Biden’s open border has opened the floodgates to record numbers, including terrorists, fentanyl traffickers, and raises the possibility of a Hamas attack,” a narrator says in the ad.

“President Trump had our borders secured, and he’ll do it again by building even more wall and stopping people from terrorist countries from ever entering,” the narrator adds.

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