Politics 'Build The Wall' hat spotted at Hispanic Heritage Month event

21:00  06 october  2017
21:00  06 october  2017 Source:   The Hill

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Wearing a © Kevin Lamarque Wearing a "Build The Wall" hat, Fredy Burgos, a member of the Central Committee of the Virginia Republican Party, attends an event to commemorate Hispanic Heritage Month at the White House on Friday. A man wore a "Build The Wall" hat to a Hispanic Heritage Month event at the White House on Friday.

The red baseball cap was spotted just before President Trump addressed attendees.

The slogan on the hat is a nod to Trump's proposed border wall, a controversial proposal to quell illegal immigration. Throughout the 2016 election, crowds at pro-Trump rallies often chanted, "Build the wall."

Trump declared Sept. 15-Oct. 15 as National Hispanic Heritage month, a move that was harshly critiqued by Democrats, who called it "hypocritical" and "insulting."

On Wednesday, the House Homeland Security Committee approved a border security bill that includes $10 billion for a border wall.

The legislation will now head to the House floor for a full vote.

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