Donald Trump warns America's borders are 'under siege' after Supreme Court victory

Donald Trump warns America's borders are 'under siege' after Supreme Court victory
Georgia Pearce

By Georgia Pearce

Published: 04/03/2024

- 18:11

Updated: 04/03/2024

- 18:24

Donald Trump has hit out at US President Joe Biden and expressed his concerns for the "siege" of America's borders, following his Supreme Court victory.

Trump told reporters: "While most states were thrilled to have me, there were some that didn't. And they didn't want that for political reasons. They didn't want that because of poll numbers, because the poll numbers are very good.

"We're beating President Biden in almost every poll. New York Times came out yesterday with a very big poll for us. So they didn't like that. And you can't do that. You can't do what they tried to do.

"And hopefully Colorado as an example will unify. I know there's tremendous support. They've, they've brought our support up very strong in Colorado because people thought, people in Colorado thought that was a terrible thing that they did. And while we're on the subject and another thing that will be coming up very soon will be immunity for a president. And not immunity for me, but for any president.

"If a president doesn't have full immunity, you really don't have a president. Because nobody that is serving in that office will have the courage to make, in many cases, what would be the right decision. Or it could be the wrong decision. It could be in some cases the wrong decision. But they have to make decisions, and they have to make them free of all terror that can be rained upon them when they leave office or even before they leave office. And some decisions are very tough. I can tell you that as a president, that some decisions to make are very tough."


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