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El Paso has been on the front lines of the Trump administration’s campaign to staunch the flow of migrants over the U.S.-Mexican border. The President in January called it one of America’s “most dangerous cities” before a wall was built.
Axar.az reports citing foreign media that city’s mayor, Dee Margo, and some of its residents, reeling after Saturday’s rampage at a crowded Walmart store believed to have been racially motivated against Hispanics, said they would welcome the president.
“This is not a political visit,” Margo said. “He is president of the United States. So, in that capacity, I will fulfill my obligations as mayor of El Paso to meet with the president and discuss whatever our needs are in this community.”
2019.08.07 / 12:07