Former President, Donald Trump, addressed a brief message to Americans in which he reviews some of the setbacks that put the nation at serious risk and concludes by asking them, “Do you miss me yet?”

Trump mentions, “Tragic mess in Afghanistan, a completely open and broken Border, Crime at record levels, oil prices through the roof, inflation rising, and taken advantage of by the entire world—DO YOU MISS ME YET?” and poses his question on Aug.13. 

The disaster in Afghanistan

On the international scene, the disaster that the withdrawal of U.S. troops is causing in Afghanistan is monumental. People are fleeing in terror as the Taliban take over the country. 

The World Food Program (WFP) warned that there is a worrying humanitarian catastrophe and that food shortages are extremely serious.

Former Secretary of State Mike Pompeo, for his part, blamed the Biden administration for the Taliban advance, arguing that it carried out “poor planning in the withdrawal of American troops.”

The fear is that the Taliban regime will create a “hotbed” for terrorist groups such as Al-Qaeda and ISIS. Worse still in view of the recent alliance with the Chinese Communist Party (CCP). 

Journalist, Serena Dong, shared a video clip showing the meeting of the heads of the two totalitarian regimes on July 28. 

The border crisis

To mention just two of the other aspects that threaten the U.S., let us consider on the one hand the border crisis, greatly increased by the open borders policy promoted by the Biden administration since its first day in office, seconded by the left-wing of the Democratic Party.

It has reached the point that more than 200,000 illegal immigrants are already entering per month, many of them infected by the COVID-19 or CCP (Communist Party of China) virus. 

“JUST IN—Situation on the U.S. southern border is worse than publicly acknowledged. DHS Secretary Mayorkas says the number of illegal border crossings is “unsustainable” in leaked audio,” tweeted @disclosetv.

Rising inflation

And on the flip side, rising inflation is setting new records. This week’s data points out that consumer prices rose 5.4% in July. This is the same annual increase recorded in June and the highest since 2008.

Likewise, used car prices were up 42% from a year ago. New cars rose 6.4%, the highest annual increase since 40 years ago.

In addition, the price of gasoline rose 42% from a year ago, food 3.8%, and housing 2.8%, affecting the country’s poor the most.

On the other hand, the Democrats’ $3.5 trillion spending plan only seems to worsen the situation. 

In this regard, Trump blasted the budget resolution as a “communist plan” after Democrats advanced it.

“Good morning, America! While you were all sleeping, the Radical Democrats advanced a plan that will be known as the $3.5 trillion Communist Plan to Destroy America. This legislation is an assault on our Nation, on our communities, and on the American Dream,” said Trump in part of a statement.