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CUT TO THE CORE: This Is The Video President Trump Should Have Played Last Night!



This video will hit you deep, cut you to the core.

Very emotional.

President Trump did an incredible job with his speech to the American People, but I sure wish he could have played this video below.

From the Western Journal, here’s a bit about the video:

On Tuesday, the GOP uploaded a brutal video on YouTube titled “These Are the Families Impacted by Illegal Immigration.”

The video shows just some of the families who have lost loved ones at the hands of illegal immigrants.

The first family highlighted by the video was the Duran family, who lost Sandra Duran in a violent car crash caused by an illegal immigrant in Los Angeles in 2017 — a man with an extensive criminal past.

“It hurts when somebody out of nowhere just takes your daughter’s life and you see the record he had,” Duran’s father said in the emotional video.

The ad also shows the family of 15-year-old Nisa Mickens, who died at the hands of MS-13 gang members in New York in 2016.

“My daughter, she was the best thing that ever happened to me,” Mickens’ mother said in an emotional news interview.

The death of Newman, California, Police Cpl. Ronil Singh was also highlighted in the video.

The cop was shot to death just a day after Christmas. An illegal immigrant with a criminal history is charged in his slaying.

Newman Police Department Chief Randy Richardson offered an emotional statement after the horrific killing.

“I did not know Christmas morning, at 4 o’clock in the morning, when I said goodbye to him and set him off to his family that it would be the last time that I saw him,” Richardson said.

The ad ends with the message: “Tell Democrats it’s time to secure the border.”



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