SAVANNAH, GA (WTOC) - President Donald Trump took to Twitter Tuesday morning to talk about the death of a former Georgia Southern and Indianapolis Colts football star, Edwin Jackson.
Jackson, 26, was killed in a car crash in Indianapolis on Feb. 4. The driver, Manuel Orrego-Savala, was in the United States illegally and had a blood alcohol level that was three-times the Indiana state limit, according to The Indianapolis Star.
Trump offered condolences to Jackson's family, but not before using the tragedy to advocate for tighter border security - a central issue on his White House's agenda - to his 47 million Twitter followers.
Orrega-Savala, a Guatemalan citizen, was arrested in August 2017 for driving without a license. During his arrests on Feb. 4 and in 2017, the suspect gave police an alias: Alex Cabrera-Gonsales.
Orrega-Savala had been deported from the country twice before, in 2007 and 2009.