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Trump Campaign Makes WiFi Password ‘WhoBuiltTheCagesJoe?’ For Press At Latest Rally

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Shelby Talcott Media Reporter
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President Donald Trump’s campaign rally Sunday made its WiFi password for members of the press “WhoBuiltTheCagesJoe?,” a Trump campaign representative confirmed to the Daily Caller.

Trump’s event in Waukesha, Wisconsin, had an internet password for the press that was a Trump quote from Thursday’s presidential debate. (RELATED: Trump Tells Biden That Obama Administration Built Border Cages)

Trump and Democratic presidential nominee Joe Biden got heated in a discussion on immigration during Thursday’s debate. Trump repeatedly asked Biden who originally built cages at the border. The ways in which illegal immigrants are detained and placed has been a point of contention during Trump’s presidency.

“Who built the cages? Who built the cages, Joe?” Trump said Thursday.

The Trump campaign used that quote as the WiFi password for members of the press Sunday.

Viral photographs of children in cages at the border have surfaced during Trump’s presidency to hit back at the president’s immigration policy. Some of the photographs circulated are from when former President Barack Obama and Biden were in office, the AP previously reported. (RELATED: ‘Built And Used In Her Husband’s Administration’: AP Dings Michelle Obama For Misleading Claims About Kids In Cages)