O'Rourke, who became a Democratic star in 2018 during his unexpectedly close but unsuccessful bid for a U.S. Texas Senate seat, will make a speech lambasting Trump's plans for a border wall as Trump promotes his long-promised barrier at an event nearby.
He then plans on holding a counter-rally at roughly the same time as when the President takes the stage.
Pro-Trump activists make a human barrier to show support for the construction of the border wall between the United States and Mexico, at Sunland Park, New Mexico, and Ciudad Juarez, Chihuahua, Mexico, on February 9.
O'Rourke has denounced Trump on Twitter for stoking "false fear" about immigrants and said the city must use the president's visit to "tell the true story about the border".
O'Rourke is set to lead a march in opposition to Trump's rally Monday night, with thousands expected to attend.
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Steve Newman, the Senate's pro tem, serve as both a voting senator and temporary lieutenant governor. He made clear he is not immediately resigning and called for "space in this moment for due process".
Many locals questioned why Trump said the city was once one of the nation's most risky cities, prompting a written response from El Paso's Democratic Rep. Veronica Escobar.
The statements have been widely rejected by city officials.
El Paso never had "one of the highest" rates of violent crime "in the entire country". It is not the sole deterrent.
Veronica Escobar, a Texas Democrat, has asked the president to apologize for his remarks, CNN reported.
"These distortions about our vibrant community are harmful to our reputation and degrade our spirit", Escobar wrote.