Inflation is going to destroy our country, the border is going to destroy our country, and you know what else is going to destroy our country? Bad elections, phony elections – going to destroy our country.

Donald Trump and Governor Greg Abbott participated in a Fox News Townhall with Sean Hannity where they took questions from the crowd. One lady, a naturalized citizen from Nicaragua, asked President Trump what the long-term damage of Biden’s open borders agenda would do to the country and what it will cost law-abiding US taxpayers. Mr. Trump told her the damage is incalculable, saying, there’s no way to judge that kind of damage.” And “it has to be stopped now, this can’t go till 2022.” 

“Some of them as we discussed are from prisons and they’re bad and they’re murderers”

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Governor Abbott weighed in on the border crisis, saying,

“What’s happening here is the erosion of the social fabric of the United States of America.  America was built upon the rule of law and what the Biden administration is doing is not enforcing the rule of law. The first thing that happens for all of the people they’re letting in, they know they’re getting away with violating the rule of law. That will erode the United States of America That must be stopped.”

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Trump spoke about the dangers we are in due to Joe Biden’s policies causing inflation, open borders, and the phony election that placed him in the White House:

The crowd goes wild when Hannity asks Trump if he’s made up his mind on a 2024 run:

At last, something to cheer about!

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