President Trump pushed for the wall and other border security measures at his campaign rally Monday night in El Paso, Texas. Meanwhile, Beto O'Rourke, the Texas Democratic nominee for Senate in 2018, held a counterrally where music emanating from the nearby Trump rally could be heard.
"According to Bloomberg reporter Jennifer Epstein, that music is from the Trump rally...over a quarter of a mile away," 'Daily Wire' reporter Ryan Saavedra tweeted.
PRESIDENT TRUMP: The campaign is sort of starting because you have these people nobody ever heard of, they're all running for office. I said, who is that? Well, that person was a mayor of a city that was defeated. Well, what about Beto? Beto was defeated too. But he suffered a great defeat.
Watch what the news does tomorrow, though. They won't mention the disparity tomorrow. They'll say 'Beto O'Rourke. That's his last name, right, O'Rourke? Beto O'Rourke had a wonderful rally with about 15 people.
When they get honest, when the media starts becoming honest, and maybe they will, because we've done something that's never been done before. We have suffered a totally dishonest media and we've won and it's driving them crazy. Driving them crazy!