Trump warns ‘bad hombres’ are flooding into US and tells Biden ‘finish the wall’ to stop millions more

DONALD Trump issued a warning to Joe Biden on Monday that the president must "finish the wall" to stop "bad hombres" from flooding through the border.

Speaking in a podcast interview with Lisa Booth, Trump claimed that the current administration's approach to immigration has led to an "inhumane" crisis along the nation's southern border.

He told Booth that countries south of their border are "not sending up their finest," referring to them again as "bad hombres" and "really dangerous criminals."

Trump predicted that the current border crisis will only worsen and warned that millions more migrants could be on their way.

"They’re just starting to comes. They’ll be coming by the millions," he cautioned, joking that Biden should "enjoy it."

"Finish the wall," he replied when asked about his advice for Biden.

"First of all we were held back for two years with litigation, from Nancy Pelosi and Congress.We were getting sued by Democrats, literally by Nancy Pelosi and we won that but we lost two years.

"Despite that, the wall is just about finished, just little sections of the wall. Contractors are paid and should finish the wall. You could finish it in a month.

"It's crazy that they're not finishing the wall," Trump added.

Earlier in the interview, Trump had blasted Senator Mitch McConnell for failing to fight harder over the former president's claims of election fraud.

He also criticized the Supreme Court for failing to side with the allegations of widespread voter fraud made by his campaign.

Trump said that the court had done "nothing for us in terms of the election" as he claimed that Democrats would now try to pack the court.

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