REPORT: Hero of El Paso shooting says Trump showed softer side during visit

AUGUST 11, 2019

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EL PASO, Texas — President Trump offered a gentler version of his presidency to survivors of the El Paso shooting during his visit to the Texas city, according to a baseball coach who heroically raced to the scene to save lives.

“One of the children went up to hug him so he got down on one knee to let him,” said Jimmy Villatoro, who described meeting the president at the city’s University Medical Center, where many of the wounded were treated.

The article goes on to state the following:

“It was a different side of him, one that you don’t see in public,” Villatoro said in an interview with the Washington Examiner.

…Villatoro said his personal touch away from the cameras was far from divisive and was welcomed by the people he met. There were no politics behind closed doors, he added.

Read more about what Trump talked to him about and what he thought of the visit at WASHINGTONEXAMINER.COM.

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