President Trump departed Joint Base Andrews Monday afternoon and headed to El Paso, Texas for a MAGA rally.
The President will give a speech about border security just 1,000 feet from the successful border fence in El Paso.
Will be heading to El Paso very soon. Big speech on Border Security and much else tonight. Tremendous crowd! See you later!
— Donald J. Trump (@realDonaldTrump) February 11, 2019
Prior to departing Joint Base Andrews, President Trump said to the press about his rally in El Paso, “We’re going there for a reason, we’re going there to keep our country safe … without a wall, it’s not going to work.”
Trump told reporters that 75,000 people signed up for his campaign rally tonight in El Paso, but the arena only holds 8,000.
Trump tells reporters that 75,000 people signed up for his campaign rally tonight in El Paso but the arena holds only 8,000.
— Jennifer Jacobs (@JenniferJJacobs) February 11, 2019
Crowd lined up to see President Trump in El Paso, Texas.
Crowd lined up in El Paso waiting for @realDonaldTrump rally tonight. pic.twitter.com/DRRVQw3K4u
— Craig Thomas TV (@CraigThomasTNN) February 11, 2019
People started lining up to see President Trump at his El Paso, Texas rally last night, according to Fox News.
KFOX14 reporter @CurtisKFOX_CBS is live in El Paso, TX where President Trump will hold a rally this evening as the clock ticks on border security negotiations. #DailyBriefing pic.twitter.com/IBl9NtLzA7
— The Daily Briefing (@dailybriefing) February 11, 2019
Music is playing and Trump supporters are lined up wearing their MAGA hats.
Featured image via Marcus DiPaola:
This is the crowd at President Donald Trump's rally in El Paso, TX. pic.twitter.com/qROJyBNtN6
— Marcus J. DiPaola (@marcusdipaola) February 11, 2019
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