Yes, there would be a border crisis if Trump was still President because he would have taken more aggressive action on the issue.
Republicans and conservatives would likely applaud Trump’s efforts if he were still in office, but Democrats would criticize him for being too aggressive.
Trump had promised during his campaign to build a wall along the US-Mexico border, and he continued to push for this policy while he was president.
Republicans and conservatives saw this as a way to secure the border, while Democrats argued that it would be too expensive and ineffective.
Trump also proposed reducing legal immigration by placing restrictions on certain visa programs, including the H1B program for skilled workers, which Republicans supported but Democrats opposed.
Republicans applauded Trump’s efforts to reduce illegal immigration, but Democrats argued that these measures were too restrictive and ultimately harmful to the economy.
If Trump was still President, he would have likely taken more aggressive action on both of these issues in order to fulfill his promises.