Thousands of people gathered in El Paso, Texas, on Monday night for two very different rallies. On one side of the street, President Trump touted the southern border wall he's been promising for years, claiming that miles upon miles have already been built. On the other side, former Democratic congressman Beto O'Rourke, an El Paso native, held a rally with community leaders protesting Trump's stance on immigration and the wall. Both rallies were attended by thousands of people. At the Trump rally, the crowd started chanting the familiar refrain "Build the wall," but Trump encouraged them to try out a new slogan. "You really mean finish that wall because we've built a lot of it," he said. O'Rourke told his crowd that "we together, are making a stand for the truth against lies and hate and intolerance. We are gonna show the country who we are."

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