Tito Anchondo wishes people would stop politicizing his family’s tragedy.
Anchondo, who lost his beloved brother and sister-in-law in the rampage by an El Paso Walmart on Saturday, said he wanted to take his orphaned nephew to University Medical Center on Wednesday to meet the president and first lady. The 2-month-old suffered two broken fingers in the shooting but survived after his parents, Andre and Jordan Anchondo, shielded him from the gunfire and were slain themselves.
Tito Anchondo said he sought to meet the president to share his family’s grievous pain. “He was just there as a human being, consoling us and giving his condolences,” he said about Trump in an interview outside his family’s auto-body shop in south-central El Paso....
When @FLOTUS posted the photo, the Trumps received criticism for smiling with the family, despite the baby's uncle saying his family are Republicans and that his brother supported Trump.— Washington Examiner (@dcexaminer) August 11, 2019