On Tuesday, President Donald Trump made a stop in the border town of Alamo, in the Rio Grande Valley, in one of his first public outings since Congress certified the election of Joe Biden last week.

While there, Trump touted his successes on border security, particularly building the border wall.

“They said we couldn’t get it done, and we got it done,” Trump exclaimed proudly, later calling it “one of the largest infrastructure projects in the history of our country.”

After again condemning the storming of the U.S. Capitol last week, he said he has no anxiety about the 25th Amendment being invoked to oust him ahead of Biden’s inauguration on January 20.

“The 25th Amendment is of no risk to me, but will come to haunt the Joe Biden administration.”

Trump continued speaking about securing the border, immigration, and foreign policy advances with Mexico and Central American nations. He explained that he implemented “vital measures that would protect American workers, keep out terrorists, and stop the abuse of our welfare system.”

Trump predicted if his border security policies were reversed, there would be a massive influx of illegal migrants as has never been seen before, putting America at serious risk.

Today’s trip was Trump’s fifth official visit to Texas, excluding campaign events.

Joshua Pierce

Joshua Pierce is originally from the Dallas-Fort Worth Area, a graduate of University of Dallas, Honor Roll student, and an Eagle Scout. An activist from a young age with a history of backing Conservatives, he is a Spring 2021 Fellow for Texas Scorecard, and is glad to help hold the Texas political establishment accountable.