Trump Holds El Paso Rally Followed by 'Ingraham Angle' Interview

President Trump Preps for El Paso Rally

President Trump Preps for El Paso Rally

For his part, O'Rourke raised an eye-popping $80 million during his 2018 Senate campaign, when he came close to unseating Republican incumbent Sen. We will build a Human Wall if necessary.

"Tonight, President Donald Trump is going to El Paso, Texas to create a circus of fear and paranoia, like he always does, to tell lies about the border and about immigration", former San Antonio mayor and former Housing and Urban Development Secretary Julian Castro said in a video released Monday. Many El Pasoans were angered by the comments and voiced their concern that people outside of the city were getting the wrong perception of our city.

O'Rourke, who lost in his bid for a U.S. Senate seat in Texas, promised to blast Trump for stoking "false fear" about immigrants and telling "lies" about his hometown El Paso, which Trump said was a unsafe place before it had a border fence.

U.S. President Donald Trump is slated to visit El Paso on Monday where he will host a rally Monday night.

In an interview Monday on Fox News, the commissioner of Texas' Department of Agriculture touted the effectiveness of fencing in El Paso, saying that crime dropped significantly in the city.

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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 fact, the city's violent crime rate increased 5.5 percent from fiscal year 2007 (the year before construction of the fence started) to 2010 (the year after construction was completed in mid-2009). Ted Cruz of Texas.

As of 2014, Federal Bureau of Investigation data show El Paso still had the third lowest violent crime rate among 35 US cities with a population over 500,000 - just as it did before the fence was built.

"Now, with a powerful barrier in place, El Paso is one of our safest cities", Mr. Trump said. "I understand our competitor has got a line, too, but a tiny little line".

Another Texan who has already declared his candidacy for president is also criticizing Trump's rally in El Paso.

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