"With our eyes, we will all try to stand together, one of the safest cities in the United States – not on the border, but in spite of the borders," the former Texas Congress said that after a million thousands of people marching, they had filled the field with a baseball. “We value each other with dignity and respect. This is the way we protect our community and our country ”.
At the bottom of the day was the potential candidate for Democratic 2020 in R & amp; Rourke. Presidential candidacy and opportunity to take over Trump in general elections. When he weighed in on an already overcrowded field, Monday was a test of O'Rourke's ability to cope with the President's National Audience ̵
And the Rourke event was so close to Brief that "God bless America" can be heard by nearby speakers. Short took the stage as O & # 39; Rourke rolled over, and his speech was heard because O & # 39; Rourke fans left the ball.
The former Texas Congress had clearly seen Trump's mind. During his rally, President named O & Rourke a "young man who goes very little to himself unless he has a big name". a record 80 million Dollars and lost three percentage points – saying the former Congressman just "lost his election to Ted Cruz."
"You should win to run," he said.
O Rourke said that by the end of the month he would make his thoughts on the president's proposal, but would not consider his plans on Monday evening. Instead, he tried to focus on the resistance of his border town to Trump's call for a border separating the US and Mexico.
He mentioned the President several times but never used the Short Name. He stressed that in 2015, Short comments about Mexicans being "rapists" and "criminals," the crowd says, that immigrants commit crimes below average.
Warning that Short may be trying to circumvent Congress to finance the construction of a border wall, O Rourke said, "we are opposed to national security declarations that allow the President to demolish a uniform branch of government."
"Walls will not save lives. The walls end in life, ”he said. He emphasized non-profit and activist groups in El Paso, who help immigrants right after their arrival in the United States, and said El Paso was no longer safe for 2008. Walls on the walls.
"We are for America and we stand against the walls," he said. "We know there is no transaction where we can sacrifice some of our human beings to get a little more security."
O Rourke's language came after he drove one kilometer off the road, protesting against the short calls to the border. It started at Bowie High School and, as the sun shifted, moved to a place where Trump's supporters joined the Presidential speech – the fence separated the United States and Mexico from the right-hand side of the trek.
"I'm very proud of what El Paso is doing now. We decided that no one would give our story, but we, and that this story is powerful, it is positive – it is true, given these lies, he said in a four-minute speech before Thursday.
There were dozens of chants before and during the hike calling O Rourke to go to the president.
"Beta, go to the president, buddy," one man leaned over to say how they walked.
"Thank you, thank you," replied O Rourke.
And Rourke's wife Amy and her three children were with him on Monday. One of his two sons rode on his shoulders over the hike.
Between the chaotic scene O & # 39; Rourke stayed in one place with his son.
"Let's remember this moment," he said. "It's pretty wild."