Trump labels Biden’s immigration order ‘bulls***’ as he rallies in Arizona after felony conviction

During a campaign event on Thursday in Arizona, Donald Trump whipped the crowd into a frenzy when he brought up Joe Biden’s recent asylum executive order.

The former president said he didn’t want to use the word “bulls***” in front of the children in the crowd, but the audience took the hint and began to chant “bulls***!” over and over again.

The townhall in Phoenix marked the first time the former president has hit the campaign trail for a major event since his recent conviction in his hush money trial in New York.

Trump painted the order, which allows Biden to temporarily shut down the legal US asylum process if separate illegal entries cross a certain threshold, as insufficient, calling it a “nightmare.”

“He’s totally lost control over the border and it’s a really dangerous,” Trump said, adding, “He’s conceding death and he’s conceding defeat at the border.”

During his speech, Trump echoed the ideas of the Great Replacement theory, a racist conspiracy that posits elites are encouraging immigration to undermine the power of white Americans.

“It’s a deliberate demolition of our sovereignty and our borders,” he said. “I guess it’s probably votes. They probably think these people are going to be voting.”

“He wants to turn every single illegal alien into a voting citizen,” Trump later added.

Elsewhere during the event, Trump slammed the hush money decision, potentially violating a gag order.

“I just went through a rigged trial in New York with a highly conflicted, and I mean highly conflicted, judge, where there was no crime,” he said. “It was made up, fabricated stuff.”

This is a breaking news story and will be updated with new information.