Not sure what to expect during your stay at a #TrumpHotel? Let us show you!
BREAKING: Border Patrol @CBP just gave us this video of the detention facility we toured yesterday in McAllen, Texas. We weren't allowed to bring in cameras, or interview anyone. To be clear: this is government handout video. pic.twitter.com/Zjy80qIZFZ
— David Begnaud (@DavidBegnaud) June 18, 2018
I tried out a cage in the back corner. The sheets were a bit soiled, and the TV only had Fox. And there were children screaming all night in some strange language.
Beds are cold and hard, service personnel are some of the grumpiest people ever met. Doors apparently only lock and can’t be opened from the inside. The view looks like a damn Walmart and don’t get me started about the fine cuisine. I’ve been served better at a school cafeteria. 1/2 star. The 1/2 is because at least it has walls, unlike the “rustic” tents at his other properties.
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