Stand with El Paso in Tucson: ‘Never Again, No More Hatred!’

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    Yamileth Lopez sits while holding a photo of her deceased friend Javier Amir Rodriguez at a makeshift memorial for victims outside Walmart on Aug. 6, 2019 in El Paso, Texas. Mario Tama/Getty Images/CNN

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Statement from #ElPasoFirme community organizations:Today across the country, thousands of hearts beat with El Paso: A community that straddles borders and cultures, a

Trump to visit El Paso and Dayton despite backlash from local officials

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El Paso congresswoman warns Trump is not welcome as Dayton mayor encourages protests

Donald Trump is likely to receive a cool reception, at best, when he touches down in El Paso, Texas, on Wednesday, three days after a 21-year-old gunman who invoked the language of white supremacy killed 22 people and wounded 24 more in a suburban Walmart superstore there.

The president could also face protests in Dayton, Ohio, the location of the second of two mass shootings at the weekend, where nine were killed by a man who investigators said on Tuesday explored violent ideologies.

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