Trump Reaches Out To Grieving Mother Of 12-Year-Old Killed By Immigrant Before Debate

Just before the presidential debate, former President Donald Trump made a heartfelt call to Alexis Nungaray, the mother of 12-year-old Jocelyn Nungaray, who was tragically murdered by two illegal immigrants in Texas. This unexpected call occurred minutes before Trump took the stage to debate President Joe Biden.

Victoria Galvan, Alexis’s best friend, shared that Trump expressed his deep condolences and stressed that there was no one else he wanted to speak with more before the debate. “He was like, ‘I’m actually about to come on for a debate’… He gave his condolences, and he said that he would be reaching back out to her,” Galvan recounted.

Galvan mentioned that Trump assured Alexis of his prayers and thoughts, promising to follow up with her in the coming days. The call left Alexis and her companions deeply moved, with Galvan noting that Jocelyn would have been amazed by the former president’s attention to her story.

Jocelyn was killed by Johan Jose Rangel Martinez, 21, and Franklin Jose Pena Ramos, 26, both illegal immigrants from Venezuela who entered the country via El Paso. They were detained by border patrol agents but released on the same day. The suspects allegedly lured Jocelyn under a bridge, tied her up, removed her pants, and strangled her. They are now facing capital murder charges.

During the debate, Trump referenced his conversation with Jocelyn’s mother as he criticized President Biden’s handling of the border crisis. “They’re killing our citizens at a level that we’ve never seen before,” Trump said on stage. “And you’re reading it like these three incredible young girls over the last few days. One of them, I just spoke to the mother, and we just had the funeral for this girl, 12 years old.”

Trump’s poignant mention of Jocelyn’s story during the debate highlighted his stance on the border crisis, drawing attention to the personal tragedies he attributes to the current administration’s immigration policies. This moment underscored the former president’s commitment to addressing what he sees as critical issues in national security and public safety.

 

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