Former Democratic Republic of Texas Beto, O'Rourke said on Thursday that he would "absolutely" support the demolition of the existing barriers along the southern border with Mexico in a full-fledged embrace of open-sided rhetoric, which made the conservatives wonder where others the potential of the Democratic White House in 2020 is on this issue.
Comments On Rourke came when the House and Senate adopted a compromise bill on expenditures, which partially financed the $ 1.4 billion proposed by President Trump's Wall. Trump, which claimed more than a billion, promised to declare a national state of emergency to finance the rest of the project.
On the background of the debate in the Congress, the Texas GOP spokeswoman Dan Krenshow wrote to Twitter on what he wants ̵
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MSNBC host Chris Hayes posed a version of this issue to O & # 39; Rourke ether: "Would you like if you take the wall here –
" Yes, absolutely, "said Rourke, widely regarded as a potential candidate in 2020, but did not formally declare his intention to run." I would have taken the wall. "
Asked whether the residents of El Paso will support This step in the referendum, O'Rourke replied: "I do."
He continued: "That's what we know. The Safe Fence Act [of 2006] we built 600 miles of walls and fences at the border of 2000 miles, which made us nothing obvious that made us safer. And this has pushed migrants and asylum seekers and refugees to the most unfriendly, most hostile sections of the American-Mexican border, providing their suffering and death. "
Senate minority leader Chuck Sumer, DN.Y., and other Democrats, including then Sens. Barack Obama and Hillary Clinton backed the Safe Fence Act of 2006, which allowed the construction of about 700 miles of fencing at the border. As of 2015, virtually all fences were completed, according to government data.
"More than 4,000 people, young children, women and children, have died," continued O'Rourke. "They are not in cages, they are not closed, they are not isolated – they have died within the last 10 years, because we have denied them the opportunity to legally apply for asylum to cross city centers like El Paso to be with seven." to work in the workplace, to do what any person has the right to be able to do what we do when faced with the same circumstances that they were. "
Campaign Manager 2020 Trump, Brad Parscal, inquired on Twitter, whether other possible or announced candidates agreed to the Democratic White House
Earlier this month, Trump denied the Chamber Speaker Nancy Pelosi, who called the southern wall of the White House "immorality," to explain why she did not insist on removing existing physical barriers or confronting the construction of new projects on the wall near San Diego.
"If Nancy Pelosi believes that the walls are immoral, why it does not ask us to remove all existing walls between U.S. and Mexico, even the new ones that were just built in San Diego for their very strong motive," wrote Trump "Let millions of unverified" strangers "just fall into the United States."
Some progressive figures in Congress, including the Democratic Texas representative Veronica Escobar, insisted this month that "we know that the walls are not working." Escobar, signaling , which can support the removal of some bar called walls we are "ugly" and "memories of divisions."
The San Diego Soyuz Tribune said that physical barriers, including enclosures and fencing, cover about 60 kilometers along the border with Mexico. It is planned to begin at 14 miles of an additional secondary lining, with a job that will begin at 15 miles to replace the wall this summer.
Earlier this month, in an interview with CNN, Democratic California.
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"I mean, you go to the border, and you see the long lines of people waiting … So We have a big problem with lines waiting to enter – said Vargas donechchyku Don Lemon. – You know, there is fencing there already, to be honest with you.
Comments On Friday, MSNBC's rumble to MSNBC were the brightest anti-wall commentary by another prominent Democrat – and created another potential confrontation between Trump and a progressive star. On Monday night, Tr ump held an action-style rally in El Paso – just because O & # 39; Rourke led the border wall of protest about half an inch.
Fox News Nicole Darrah contributed to this report.