Former President Donald Trump is considering visiting the US-Mexico border but is expecting President Joe Biden to "fail on his own" first, former aide Jason Miller said during a podcast on Friday.Miller, a senior adviser on Trump's 2020 re-election campaign, was asked whether Trump was getting to head to the border imminently to deal with the surge of migrants waiting to be let into the US, the Independent reported."We discussed that recently, I could see him doing that soon," Miller said on "The Michael Berry Show" podcast.
The former president is holding off on the trip, for now, Miller said. he's bent expecting Biden to "go and fail on his own before he goes and steps in thereon ," the previous aide added."I think there is a very fine line between calling someone out on policies then appearing to try to to something that's showboating or give Joe Biden a chance to point and say, 'See this is not serious, check out President Trump down at the border making a scene out of this'," Miller also said within the podcast, reported the Independent.
"So not immediately but I could see a visit at some point within the future here," Miller went on. "But it's something that President Trump is basically concerned about."Thousands of migrants have traveled to the border in recent months, with an unprecedented number waiting to be allwoed into the US.