Trump Makes Bold Statement, Says Communist Party Is Responsible For Flow Of Mass Move To The United States


Former President Donald Trump, currently seeking another term in the White House, voiced his belief that the surge in Chinese nationals coming to the United States is orchestrated by the Chinese Communist Party (CCP). In an interview on “Sunday Morning Futures” with Fox News anchor Maria Bartiromo, Trump expressed his concern about the increasing flow of people from China to the U.S.

When Bartiromo inquired about his opinion on whether the CCP is directing this influx, Trump responded affirmatively, expressing his belief that such a situation could lead to a terrorist attack, stating, “And I believe we’re going to have a terrorist attack. 100%.” Trump highlighted that during his first term in office, from January 2017 to January 2021, there were no terrorist attacks, attributing this to various bans on people from specific countries that were implemented.

A New York Times report from November revealed that over 24,000 Chinese citizens were apprehended at the U.S.-Mexico border in the past year, surpassing the combined data from the previous decade. The migrants were described as part of an “exodus” seeking to escape China’s stringent COVID restrictions and the authoritative rule of Xi Jinping. Texas officials provided data indicating that cartels were charging individuals from China substantial amounts, ranging from $35,000 to $50,000, to be smuggled into the United States.

According to a November report by the Pew Research Center, as many as 10.5 million illegal immigrants were residing in the United States in 2021, marking a “modest” increase over the 2019 population and a figure “nearly identical” to that of 2017.

Bartiromo questioned Trump about his plans to address the estimated eight to ten million illegal immigrants in the U.S. during President Joe Biden’s administration. Trump emphasized the need to deport a significant number of them, deeming the current situation unsustainable. He expressed concerns about a potential national security threat, pointing out that approximately 28,000 people from China had entered the United States in the past few months, primarily men aged 18 to 25.

Despite his apprehensions about immigration, Trump conveyed his desire to maintain positive relations with China in a potential second term. However, he refrained from commenting on whether he would intervene to prevent China from attempting to take over Taiwan, citing the potential impact on his negotiating capabilities with Beijing.