In the wake of tragedy, Beto O’Rourke channels El Paso’s anger at Trump

El Paso, Texas (CNN)As Beto O’Rourke left a vigil for the victims of the mass shooting in El Paso on Sunday, his anger boiled over when a reporter asked if there was anything President Donald Trump could say to make things better. In speeches and interviews, he has sought to channel the indignation of his bilingual border community over Trump’s racist comments and actions — which people here say is fomenting hatred and violence. The 21-year-old white supremacist suspected of carrying out a deadly shooting at a Walmart that killed 22 people wanted to stop a “Hispanic invasion of Texas,” according to a political document police believe he wrote. The document echoed some of Trump’s rhetoric toward immigrants. “It’s these …