Trump accuses Biden of offering ‘material support for terrorism’ after arrest of migrants over ISIS fears | EUROtoday

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Donald Trump baselessly accused Joe Biden of “providing material support for terrorism” throughout a speech on Friday, alluding to the current arrest of eight migrants with suspected ties to ISIS.

“So, in addition to all of his other well-documented offenses, crooked Joe Biden is now also guilty of providing material support for terrorism,” the previous president instructed a crowd gathered for an occasion in West Palm Beach, Florida, to have fun his 78th Birthday.

Trump vowed the nation goes to “pay a steep price for many, many years” over Biden’s border coverage.

The Independent has contacted the White House for remark.

The feedback had been in reference to a current federal terrorism investigation, during which eight migrants from Tajikistan had been arrested over suspected hyperlinks to the phobia group, after beforehand crossing the US-Mexico border final 12 months and passing safety screening.

Federal officers have supplied few particulars concerning the arrests, although they’ve described the group as containing “several non-citizens,” in response to the FBI and Department of Homeland Security.

A supply near the investigation instructed CNN the group had been on the radar of officers for over a month. Communications intercepts advised potential hyperlinks to ISIS affiliated people abroad, prompting the investiation.

The supply added that officers aren’t satisfied the people acquired coaching overseas or had been purposely despatched to have interaction in violence, however officers felt that expelling the group on immigration violations was a prudent pre-emptive step.

Donald Trump has repeatedly hammered the Biden administration over its border coverage, usually resorting to racist tropes that paint all migrants, authorized and undocumented, as harmful criminals.

During a current rally, Trump accused Biden of turning the border right into a “dumping ground for the dungeons of the Third World.”