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Hubris Rides Laredo: Trump Visits Border After Patrol Pulls Invite

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If anything, he's a man of conviction and though he has no firearms; Donald Trump sticks to his guns. Even deep in the heart of Texas. Despite his invitation to the border town of Laredo being withdrawn by the US Border Patrol Council, Trump landed at the Laredo International Airport Thursday. The council withdrew their invitation in the morning. During a press conference Trump answered questions focused on immigration, in particular his narrative of Mexico sending criminals across the border in the US. When asked by reporters to verify his claims, Trump simply replied in the affirmative. Though his anecdotal statements gave an impression he had spoken with sources that could prove his claims; he made his comments about an hour after his arrival. Trump offered no specific evidence, instead saying evidence will be shown.

Added on the 23/07/2015 16:22:34 - Copyright : Wochit

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