Two sides in El Paso: President Trump’s rally vs. Beto O’Rourke’s march

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Two sides in El Paso: President Trump’s rally vs. Beto O’Rourke’s march

Donald Trump came to El Paso for a rally just days after the State of the Union where he claimed that El Paso was

Donald Trump came to El Paso for a rally just days after the State of the Union where he claimed that El Paso was "one of the most dangerous cities" before it had a border fence.

Cassidy Kuester

Donald Trump came to El Paso for a rally just days after the State of the Union where he claimed that El Paso was "one of the most dangerous cities" before it had a border fence.

Cassidy Kuester

Cassidy Kuester

Donald Trump came to El Paso for a rally just days after the State of the Union where he claimed that El Paso was "one of the most dangerous cities" before it had a border fence.

Two events convened in El Paso Monday night, with one a protest of the other. President Donald Trump held a rally for his supporters at the El Paso County Coliseum where thousands attended, just down the street however, Texas Congressman Beto O’Rourke marched with thousands of protesters to oppose his border policies. 

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