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President Trump fought over a border wall to the US-Mexico border on Monday night, promising a crowd in El Paso, Texas, that he would continue to build it irrespective of how the news was breaking In Washington that deals between cohabitants negotiated would be far shorter than their funding demands.
And in a strong competition that demonstrated the continuing political dispute over the border, anti-rally was led by the former Democratic representative of Texas Beto O Rourke. The former Texas lawmaker failed last year in trying to provide Senator Tiger GOP, but he could put his modern chair with Democratic voters towards 2020 to Avoiding a president – offering a White House that could especially challenge Trump over the immigration policy, security boundary and the appropriateness of building the Southern border wall.
But the message was more threatened to the need for the Trump boundary to deliver delivery from miles away. As the public has succeeded in reducing another party, Capitol Hill bipartists negotiate a Monday night deal for $ 1.375 billion for the "physical barriers" at the border (the same level as agreed in the bill Home Security Department funding last year). This will boost about 55 miles of hedging.
On the stage, Trump claimed he did not know the data and "he did not want to hear him," adhering to his strong talk points on the border wall anyway.
"As I was walking up to the stage, they said that this committee is making progress. Just so you know, we're building the wall anyway," he said with a rainfall, under banners that read "Finish the Wall."
Speaking in an interview with Fox News on the edge of the rally, Trump suggested that he did not know many of the details related to the discussion and said "we see what happens." Concerning his push on a border wall, Trump said that his desire is a physical barrier to safety. "Wall is a very good thing, not a bad thing. It's a moral thing," said the president in the interview.
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The Trump administration is often oversight of the number of new barriers that are being built compared to the people being restored. And there was no accident in choosing a rally in El Paso – Trump often emphasized the border city as evidence of walls working, showing low crime in the US border town compared to its Mexican counterpart. However, statistics showed that the violent crime had fallen well before the border wall was built in El Paso.
Trump sent out these facts while calling them "fake news" and saying that people are "full caliber if they say they have not made a difference."
The president also claimed that "the most important thing that we did" was a very important thing we did the most important thing we did on the border crisis, even if he noticed "blip "rising unemployment. Different populations also showed that most of Americans were in danger of Trump and their Republicans out of the shutdown, and their approval ratings also dropped.
If Trump does not accept that the discussion makers take this week, then another shutdown could start immediately midnight on Saturday – while Trump is also under threat of the wall through a national emergency declaration if necessary.
Trump was very much in the light of the usual points of expression of Trump – looking forward to economic success, with trading interests, emphasizing its relationship with the North Korean leader Kim Jong Un and re-inventing many of what he said last week in the launch of the State of the Union.
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But Trump appeared in particular and was quite sensitive to the split screen image of the Oral Rory's rally, former El Paso colleague, who was out of the democratic city. At a time, as it is a good time to do, about his crowd, Trump claimed that O & Rourke did not have 200 or 300 of his protest and 35,000 people wanted to come in.
"It's probably the end of a presidential motion," said Trump, mocking O'Rourke as "a young man who only received just the first great name."
"He's supposed to win a run to run," said the president. "Beto was victorious," said Trump, referring to the race against Cruz, as the president won from his own self-recorded record as his first optional office bid.
According to NBC News O & Rourke's staff said there were about 7,000 people at his rally and a thousand miles ago according to law enforcement. And Bloomberg News reported that O & #Rourke's estimate was estimated at 10,000 to 15,000, according to local police. At different points during his own rally, Trump claimed that there were 69,000 people RSVP and that 10,000 people with "thousands" still watched fire supervisors still watching outside. But NBC News reported that the Trump rally at its 6,500 capacity was 10,000 to 12,000 watching outside or overflow areas, against local police and fire departments.
Mr. Rourke directly accepted Trump on border security and Trump's desire on wall or other physical barriers. The former Democratic colleague said El Paso was a peaceful and secure city "because we treat each other with dignity and respect."
"We know that the walls do not save life; at its rally.
He also truncated the administration of Trump's immigrant treatment, from adult children at the border of housing immigrants in detention centers, and immigrant contributions were only in general.
"We are standing up against courage and hatred and ignorance and intolerance," said the potential 2020 democratic candidate. "We're going to show our country. We're trying to make a stand to ensure we are living with our commitment, our goal, our goal as a country. "
" We will not take advantage of them, "said O.Rourke about immigrants." We will not They return to a certain death. We do not believe that the walls can be removed or kept. Instead, we will welcome them with an open army. "
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Trump, at the same time, painted a much darker image at the rally due to the impact of new immigrants across the border, which aims at drug and crime to give. Instead, the president argued that people should be allowed to enter the country based on merit.
"The Democratic Party was no longer outside the mainstream. They are becoming a socialist party, late abortion, open borders and crime," Trump said. He decides Democrats who want to cap on the bed capability at detention facilities, saying that "cutting off criminals in our country" would be cut.
"I will never sign a bill that will release the forces of criminals into this country," said Trump.