Democratic Texas border town mayor condemns White House for no-invite

Democratic Texas border town mayor condemns White House for no-invite


The Democratic mayor of a Texas border town said he will not be attending President Joe Biden’s executive order signing in Washington after the White House called to tell him that he was not invited.

Mayor Rolando Salinas of Eagle Pass, Texas, has been an outspoken critic of the Biden administration as the leader of a small border town that has been at the epicenter of the illegal immigration crisis that began in early 2021.

“I received a call from the White House. It wasn’t an invitation — just to let me know that they were making an announcement tomorrow,” Salinas said in an exclusive interview with the Washington Examiner on Monday. “Did they invite me? No. … I was outspoken against the White House

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