Gov. Greg Abbott will join previous President Donald Trump at Texas' southern line on Wednesday.
Abbott and Trump will visit the line in Weslaco, which is east of McAllen in the Rio Grande Valley. They will likewise partake in a round table conversation about online security.
As per U.S. Customs and Border Protection, there have been more than 1,000,000 experiences at the boundary since October, far outperforming the financial year 2020.
The city hall leader of McAllen said he's seeing 1,000 individuals attempting to get through his town consistently.
"Ideally, this points out the issue we have, and whether it's the line or whether it's in Washington, it doesn't make any difference. However, someone needs to deal with the issue successfully," Mayor Javier Villalobos said.
The visit comes fourteen days after Abbott vowed to complete Trump's line divider in Texas utilizing state assets and private gifts.
Some Republican state administrators are additionally investigating whether government COVID-19 help cash can be utilized to pay for the divider. Texas legislative Democrats have requested that the depository secretary hold that back from occurring.
Trump allies and the Biden Administration fault each other for a new flood in illicit migration.
"President Biden has neglected to get our southern boundary," said New York Congresswoman Elise Stefanik.
"At the point when we expected office in January, we acquired a framework that was altogether destroyed, and we've needed to revamp it without any preparation, which we are very well in progress in doing," said Alejandro Mayorkas, the secretary of Department of Homeland Security.