Trump expresses desire to have family of Ruby Garcia, 25-year-old allegedly killed by undocumented immigrant, attend Michigan rally

Former President Donald Trump expressed his desire to have the family of Ruby Garcia, the 25-year-old woman who was allegedly killed by her illegal immigrant boyfriend in Michigan, attend his rally in the state. Trump stated that he would “love” to see them at the event, emphasizing his support for victims of crimes committed by undocumented individuals.

During an interview with Detroit radio host Justin Barclay, Trump expressed his desire to have her family present if they would like to be there.

Trump will focus on criticizing Biden’s handling of border security and crime during his upcoming visits to battleground states Michigan and Wisconsin.

According to an Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) spokesperson, Ortiz-Vite, who had a romantic relationship with Garcia, was living in the US without legal status. He had been deported in 2020 after unlawfully crossing the border with Mexico.

According to an ICE representative, Brandon Ortiz-Vite, a 25-year-old Mexican citizen, originally entered the United States without legal authorization. He later obtained approval for deferred action through the DACA program. However, his DACA status expired on May 10, 2019. After being arrested on local charges on August 30, 2020, he was found to be inadmissible under the Immigration and Nationality Act (INA).

According to the information provided, Ortiz-Vite was arrested by Enforcement and Removal Operations (ERO) Detroit on August 31, 2020. After being served a notice to appear, he was ordered to be removed by an immigration judge from the Justice Department’s Executive Office of Immigration Review (EOIR) on September 24, 2020. Finally, he was successfully removed to Mexico on September 29, 2020.

Ortiz-Vite returned to the United States without being inspected by an immigration official, but the exact date and location are unknown.

Ortiz-Vite faces several charges in Kent County, including felony murder, open murder, carjacking, carrying a concealed weapon, and using a firearm during the commission of a felony.

On Friday, Garcia’s loved ones and close friends came together to attend her funeral.

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“Ruby’s obituary celebrated her deep love for plants and travel, but it was her affectionate smile and contagious laughter that truly lit up a room. She had a genuine care for those around her, always showing kindness and passion. Ruby touched the lives of many and her absence will be felt forever.”

The Post’s inquiry was left unanswered by Garcia’s family.

Trump’s campaign is intensifying its messaging for the 2024 election, with a specific focus on immigration in battleground states. The former president, who narrowly won Michigan and Wisconsin in 2016 and came close to victory in 2020, plans to visit these states to persuade voters on his border policies.

Karoline Leavitt, a spokesperson for Donald Trump, expressed concern over the current state of affairs under President Joe Biden. Leavitt stated that due to Biden’s policies, the entire country is now facing the consequences of uncontrolled immigration. She emphasized that every state, including Michigan and Wisconsin, is experiencing the negative effects of this situation. Leavitt believes that Trump, if given the opportunity, would prioritize the safety and security of Americans across the nation.

In a recent meeting, President Trump had the opportunity to meet with the family of Laken Riley, a 22-year-old nursing student from Georgia. Tragically, Laken was a victim of a heinous crime committed by an illegal migrant hailing from Venezuela.

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