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O'Rourke, Trump duel over wall, immigration in possible 2020 preview
O'Rourke, who narrowly lost his 2018 bid for a U.S. Senate seat, accused Trump of stoking 'false fear' about immigrants and telling 'lies' about his hometown El Paso, which Trump said was a dangerous place before it had a border fence. 'We stand for America and we stand against a wall,' O'Rourke told a crowd of several thousand supporters, many waving 'Beto 2020' signs and wearing 'Immigrants Make America Great' baseball caps. 'Walls do not save lives, they end lives.' Two hundred yards away in El Paso County Coliseum, Trump told his supporters that O'Rourke had 'little going for himself, although he's got a great first name.' 'We are all challenged by a young man who lost an election to (Republican Senator) Ted Cruz,' said Trump.
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O'Rourke, Trump trade blows in rival border rallies
O’Rourke, who narrowly lost a 2018 bid for a U.S. Senate seat in Texas, accused Trump of stoking 'false fear' about immigrants and telling 'lies' about his hometown El Paso, which Trump said was a dangerous place before it had a border fence. Two hundred yards away in El Paso County Coliseum, Trump told his supporters that O'Rourke had 'little going for himself.' 'We are all challenged by a young man who lost an election to Ted Cruz,' said Trump, surrounded by banners reading 'Finish the Wall.' Trump was in El Paso to argue for a wall he says can protect Americans from violent criminals, drugs and a 'tremendous onslaught' of migrant caravans. The rallies coincide with talks in Washington to reach a border security deal and avert another government shutdown.
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O'Rourke, Trump trade blows in rival Texas border rallies
O’Rourke, who narrowly lost a 2018 bid for a U.S. Senate seat in Texas, accused Trump of stoking 'false fear' about immigrants and telling 'lies' about his hometown El Paso, which Trump said was a dangerous place before it had a border fence. 'Here is one of the safest cities in the United States of America, safe not because of walls but in spite of walls,' O'Rourke told a crowd of several thousand supporters, many waving 'Beto 2020' signs and wearing 'Immigrants Make America Great' baseball caps. Two hundred yards away in El Paso County Coliseum, Trump told his supporters that O'Rourke had 'little going for himself.' 'We are all challenged by a young man who lost an election to (Republican Senator) Ted Cruz,' said Trump, surrounded by banners reading 'Finish the Wall.' Trump was in El Paso to argue for a wall he says can protect Americans from violent criminals, drugs and a 'tremendous onslaught' of migrant caravans.
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