Donald Trump has slammed Joe Biden's immigration policy as he pledged to "fix" the southern border crisis.
Former president Donald Trump was discussing his immigration policies on the "Hannity" show on Fox News.
The former president defended his own controversial immigration policies, saying: "I had very strong borders. The strongest ever. We had the strongest boarder in history."
It comes as Trump skipped the Republican debate last night and spent the evening at a fundraiser in Florida instead.
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Trump said: "They're destroying our country at the boarder. They will allow, in my opinion, because you don't hear the real numbers, 15 million people into the country by the time Biden gets out, which hopefully will be very soon.
"This country is finished by the time he gets out. And the people are coming from prisons all over the world...and they're terrorists.
"This country is going to be suffering a very big price.
Donald Trump said he will be a 'dictator' if he returns to the White House - but only on 'day one'.
After Sean Hannity showed the former president stats that he claimed were leaked to Fox News from US Customs and Border Protection, which showed the foreign nationals stopped at the border.
The stats showed in the fiscal year between 2022 and 2023, 26,113 were Chinese, with 12,605 from Russia and 659 from Iran.
Trump said: "Why do we have 26,000 people. Think of it...and by the way, think of it, remember we had the travel ban. I don't want anybody coming from any countries that want to blow us up.
"Some people thought I was discriminating, but, if you think about it, I went four years without a problem. We didn't have any problem, we didn't have buildings being knocked down. If you came from a country... we just didn't want you, I'm sorry."
It comes as Donald Trump said he will be a 'dictator' if he returns to the White House - but only on 'day one'.
Trump was asked twice during the televised town hall event in Iowa to deny that he would abuse power to seek revenge on political opponents, if re-elected.
The former president was asked if he had "any plans whatsoever, if re-elected president, to abuse power, to break the law to use the government to go after people."
Trump responded saying: "You mean like they’re using right now?"