El Paso mayor denies Trump’s claim that fence helped lower crime

El Paso’s Republican mayor Dee Margo says that President Trump’s claim that his city’s law and order was turned around by building a fence is “not factually correct”. In his State of the Union speech last week, Donald Trump said El Paso used to have extremely high rates of violent crime until a border fence was constructed in 2008.

CrossTalk on U.S. foreign policy: Mixed signals

Donald Trump’s second State of the Union address was conspicuously light when it came to foreign policy. Why was this? Was his aim to avoid disappointing his base while at the same time wishing not to spar with the Deep State? Are these mixed signals an elaborate strategy or an indication of indecisiveness?

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Trump’s Biggest Enemy In The Courts Gave The Spanish State Of The Union Response (HBO)

Xavier Becerra, the attorney general of California, was an obvious choice to deliver the Democratic Party’s Spanish-language response to the State of the Union address. He’s the child of Mexican immigrants. He represented a heavily Latino district in Los Angeles during his 24 years in congress.

And as attorney general of the most populous state in the union, Becerra has already sued the Trump administration 45 times to block some of its biggest moves on healthcare, the environment, and, most importantly, immigration.

Trump’s address — in spite of its gestures toward reconciliation — repeated the same message on immigration he’s been delivering since his campaign. That set Becerra up to draw a sharp contrast between Trump and the Democrats for the potential Latino voters watching live on Telemundo and Univision.

“Tonight was supposed to be about convincing us that, from here on out, the deceit and dysfunction would stop, and that cooperation would begin,” Becerra said in his speech. “What we heard was the same tired refrain of building walls.”

But distinguishing the Democratic Party from Trump “isn’t tough,” as Becerra told VICE News. Much harder is reconciling the profound divisions that exist on immigration within the Democratic party — between a newly ascendant left wing that’s turned “Abolish ICE” into a slogan, and an establishment that has for decades played an active role in dramatically expanding the immigration enforcement system.

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AIDS group wary of Trump pledge to end HIV by 2030

In his State of the Union address, President Trump pledged to end the HIV epidemic in the United States by 2030. But that pledge is being greeted with skepticism by some AIDS researchers and non-profits. (Feb. 6)

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Analysis: Trump will get post SOTU bump with base

President Donald Trump’s second State of the Union address was light on policy and heavy on calls for common ground. And while reviews of the speech tend to fall along party lines, Trump likely did what he needed to get a bump with his base. (Feb. 6)

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Schumer: Trump ‘squandered’ opportunity for unity

Senate Minority Leader Chuck Schumer says President Donald Trump failed to ‘bring our parties together’ last night during the State of the Union speech. (Feb. 6)

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Mixed reactions to President Trump’s SOTU address

Democrats and Republicans react to President Donald Trump’s State of the Union address on Tuesday night. (Feb. 6)

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Ex-Trump worker hopes to ‘speak for all’ undocumented immigrants

Victorina Morales, the undocumented immigrant who worked as a cleaner at Trump National Golf Club in New Jersey, speaks to AFP ahead of attending the president’s State of the Union address. The 45 year old immigrant from Guatemala accepted an invitation from a Democratic member of Congress. She says she hopes to be the voice of all undocumented immigrants afraid to speak.

Ex-Trump worker hopes to ‘speak for all’ undocumented immigrants

Victorina Morales, the undocumented immigrant who worked as a cleaner at Trump National Golf Club in New Jersey, speaks to AFP ahead of attending the president’s State of the Union address. The 45 year old immigrant from Guatemala accepted an invitation from a Democratic member of Congress. She says she hopes to be the voice of all undocumented immigrants afraid to speak.