McAllen, Texas — Former President Donald Trump on Sunday is bringing his 2024 presidential campaign to the U.S.-Mexico border, where he is expected to tout the dramatic immigration restrictions he has vowed to enact if voters send him back to the White House.
Trump, the frontrunner to win the Republican presidential nomination, will be hosted by Texas’ Republican Gov. Greg Abbott, another fierce critic of President Biden’s immigration and border policies. The campaign event will take place in Edinburg, a small city in Texas’ Rio Grande Valley, one of the busiest sectors for unlawful border crossings, and a region where Republicans have made inroads with its predominantly Hispanic communities in recent years.
In recent weeks, Trump hashis harsh rhetoric on immigration and the…
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