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Beto Campaigns for President — Among Migrants in Mexico

It appears many of the 2020 Democrats are competing with each other in this campaign to see how far Left they can go

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Not making this up.

Former Rep. Beto O’Rourke (D-Texas) campaigned for the presidency of the United States on Sunday — by talking with migrants in Mexico who have not yet tried to cross the border into this country.

In other cases, people tried to cross but had to return.

In a social media post, O’Rourke called the border policies of the Trump administration “unlawful and inhumane.”

He met with migrants who are waiting there for their U.S. court dates — and used the visit to promote his own immigration plan, as multiple outlets are reporting.

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He’s still facing harsh criticism for his lackluster performance during last week’s Democratic primary debate on Thursday night.

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Check out the social media reaction to his Mexico visit over the weekend, share your thoughts — and watch the video down below.

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