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As Trump arrives for rally, El Pasoans say history shows he was wrong about their city

As another government shutdown looms later this week, the president follows his State of the Union speech with a rally in the city he said was plagued by crime before border fencing went up. Here's what history shows about border enforcement and crime in El Paso.

The border fence between El Paso and Juarez on Feb. 10, 2019. Photo by Ivan Pierre Aguirre for The Texas Tribune
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