The two criticized the current administration’s border policies after a Thanksgiving event.
Former President Donald Trump visited the U.S.–Mexico border in the Rio Grande Valley in Texas on Sunday, along with Texas Gov. Greg Abbott, for a Thanksgiving event and speeches.
“Texas would not be Texas and America would not be America without the service that you provide,” Mr. Abbot said, thanking the law enforcement members who would not be able to take time off on Thursday. As he stopped to introduce President Trump, the room erupted into cheers.
“I know what you do, I know really well, I’ve been here many times,” President Trump told the officers. “You take the hard way out, but it’s also the right way out, so I just wanted to thank you, you are incredible people.”
After thanking the law enforcement and stopping to take group pictures, President Trump gave an outdoor speech on border security and immigration policy, where other supporters had gathered.
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