As the Biden border problem worsens, former President Trump’s aide Jason Miller says the former president could reach the southern border “soon.”

JUST IN—Trump may visit the Mexican border ‘soon’ amid the border crisis,” Disclose TV reported on Twitter.

The development is good news for Trump supporters because it proves that former President Trump intends to stay in politics and might even run for president once more.

The Biden border situation is worsening, and the new President seems to believe it’s just a huge joke. During his first press conference as president, Joe Biden told reporters that he “should be flattered” by the current migrant influx because they think he is a “nice guy.”

After kickball journalist and extreme left PBS White House correspondent Yamiche Alcindor fawned over Biden, calling him a reasonable and decent man, Biden made the bizarre remark.

“How do you resolve that tension, and how are you choosing which families can stay?” she asked.

“I guess I should be flattered because people are coming because I’m a nice guy. That’s why this is happening,” Biden said.

“Does anybody suggest that there was a 31 percent increase under Trump because they were a nice guy? That’s not the reason they’re coming.” Biden went on to claim.

On Wednesday, March 24, President Biden also sought to blame natural disasters in Latin America and former President Trump for the immigration crisis at the U.S.—Mexico border, even though he rolled back strict border policies from the previous administration.

During a meeting with top immigration advisers, including Health and Human Services Secretary Xavier Becerra and Homeland Security Secretary Alejandro Mayorkas, Biden said that the influx of migrants at the border started under Trump, Fox News reported.

“This new surge we are dealing with now started with the last administration, but it’s our responsibility to deal with it humanely,” Biden said.

“There was a serious spike in people heading to the southern border even in the midst of that [the Trump administration]. That was because there were serious natural disasters,” in Latin America, Biden added.

But Biden, 78, seemed to forget that the United States has only seen the surge of illegal aliens at the southern border since his administration reversed many of the Trump-era immigration policies put in place to curtail illegal immigration and protect national security interests.

Data from the Customs and Border Protection (CBP) shows that they detained nearly 78,000 illegal aliens at the border in January and more than 100,000 in February—the highest number for February since 2006. During the first week of March, there were several days when United States agents apprehended more than 4,000 migrants per day.