Donald Trump said President Joe Biden is incompetent and “destroying our country.”

Trump shared his opinions Saturday in a phone call to Newsmax program “Dick Morris Democracy.” During the conversation, Trump suggested Biden made a mistake by reversing previous actions to limit the number of immigrants coming into America. Biden’s executive actions have allowed illegal immigrants and asylum seekers to enter the country.

“The question is, do they do it out of incompetence? Which I happen to think. Or they do it because they really believe open borders are good for this country? Which they are not,” Trump said.

Trump went on to boast about his strict border policies that kept foreigners out of American. “I had everything worked out with the other countries, whether it’s Guatemala, Honduras, El Salvador, Mexico,” Trump said. 

“And even Mexico, stay in Mexico. In other words, these people ought to stay in Mexico, and they couldn’t get into our country. And he ended that. It’s just crazy what they did.”

The Biden administration has been working to help immigrants and asylum seekers have a chance to enter the U.S. legally for a better life. On Friday, the Department of Homeland Security announced plans to speed up the legal process for asylum seekers.

“The mission of the Department of Justice’s immigration courts is to decide the cases that come before them promptly and fairly,” Attorney General Merrick Garland in a statement. 

“This new program for certain newly arriving families will help achieve that critically important goal.”

However, Trump appeared to suggest the Biden administration was doing a poor job of running the country. “All he had to do is nothing,” he said. “We won’t have a country; they’re destroying our country.”

Despite Biden earning praise from immigration advocacy groups, Trump claimed if Biden would have kept previous immigration policies in place, the U.S. would have “the strongest border in history.”

Trump also opined about women's sports and defunding police.

Former US president Donald Trump was impeached for incitement that led to a riot at the US Capitol on January 6, 2021 where his supporters sought to overturn the result of the presidential election won by Joe Biden Former US president Donald Trump was impeached for incitement that led to a riot at the US Capitol on January 6, 2021 where his supporters sought to overturn the result of the presidential election won by Joe Biden Photo: AFP / Brendan Smialowski