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By Doha Madani
Beto O'Rourke said that he will remove existing walls and fences on the border of the United States and Mexico if he can.
O & # 39; Rourke, former congressman El Paso, who led the GOP call with Senate Ted Tasom, said in an interview with Chris Hayes (MSNBC) on Thursday: "Of course, I would have taken the wall."
the comment came in response to a question posted on Twitter by Dan Crenshaw, R-Texas. [Якщо ви могли б зняти пальці і змусити прикордонну стіну Ель-Пасо зникнути, чи не так?]
Cranshau said that the fence and other border obstacles led to a significant drop in illegal transitions. bars do not bring Americans more security.
"That's what we know: after the Safe Fence Act, we built 600 miles of wall and fence at the border of 2,000 miles," said O'Rourke. "What did not do so in any obvious way made us safer."
Rourke said that fencing has forced migrants in the most unfriendly areas of the southern border, "providing their suffering and death."
"They have died in the last 10 years because we rejected their ability to legally apply for asylum to cross city centers like El Paso, O." To be with the family, "said Rourke. in the workplace, in order to do what everyone has the right to have. "
President Donald Trump was in El Paso on Monday evening to rally public support for the proposed border wall at a distance of one and a half miles where he appealed to Trump's message.
The Congress passed the government on Thursday costs that will provide further funding for border protection, but not for the Trump wall, the day before the end of the party, to prevent another partial closure of power.
The White House announced on Thursday that Trump will sign a measure of costs, but also plans to announce a national emergency "to stop the national security and humanitarian crisis in