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Trump trashes Beto O’rourke, who tells him to “quiet” in front of El Paso visit

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President Trump gave a fiery tweet late on Tuesday for a 2020 presidential candidate Beto O’rourke ahead of his visit, the Democrat, the hometown of El Paso, Texas, after the last weekend, a shooting that left 22 dead.

Over the past few days, O’rourke, has the President, he is the blame for the massacre. beat, The former Congressman explained that Trump is a “racist,” and compared his speech with the Nazi third Reich in Germany. He compared Trump, North Carolina-a rally where the “send them back” chant-to “Nuremberg.”

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“This is indulging a leader in the hatred and the racism of the people who serve it purports to lead,” says O’rourke said on Monday.

Trump replied O’rourke, and claimed that the candidate with a “fake name” in an attempt to appeal to the voters.

“Beto (false name, to indicate Hispanic heritage) O’rourke, who is embarrassed by my last visit in the Great state of Texas, where I beat him up, and is now embarrassed by polling at 1 percent in the democratic Primary, should be that of respect for the victims and law enforcement authorities, – & be quiet!” Trump wrote in a late-night tweet.

O’rourke Trump tweet and double-responded click tipped on its claim that Trump is responsible for.

“22 people in my home town are dead after an act of terror inspired by their racism,” he tweeted. “El Paso will not be calm and neither will I.”

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The President referred to the rally he held in El Paso in February, in the midst of the national debate on the migration crisis and had previously bragged that his lot size in comparison to O’rourke, who held a competing rally on the same night.

O’rourke Trump attack responded.

“22 people in my home town are dead after an act of terror inspired by their racism. El Paso is not going to be quiet and neither do I,” O’rourke, the President said.

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