The former three-term congressman from Texas is joining a one-mile march that will end with O'Rourke giving a speech critical of Trump's push for billions in federal funds to extend a wall along with border with Mexico.
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In spite of the President's appearance, failed Senate candidate Beto O'Rourke plans on spoiling the fun by holding a protest march outside the venue of the MAGA rally. "Now, immediately upon its building, with a powerful barrier in place, El Paso is one of the safest cities in our country".
"The president is coming to El Paso Monday". "Safe not because of walls, and not in spite of the fact that we are a city of immigrants". So far, O'Rourke has not made a decision.
He played the president's State of the Union claim about crime in El Paso and said, "Whatever your position on border barriers or a border wall, the case the president lays out about El Paso is simply false".
In her penned letter to the White House, Escobar asked the president to apologize to the residents of the city for the comments. "I urge you to treat this visit as your opportunity not only to correct the record and ensure that the misinformation you stated on the national stage is retracted, but also an opportunity to apologize to El Pasoans for the disparagement of our community", the congresswoman added.