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RNC chair Ronna McDaniel, predicts the President will get better with Latino voters in 2020.
President Trump will be even better with the Hispanic vote in 2020, GOP chair Ronna McDaniel said Tuesday.
On “America’s Newsroom” McDaniel host Sandra Smith said that the GOP is entertainment to Hispanic voters about the record of the administration, and that they believe that the Hispanic community sees the progress made by the President.
“We get to talk to Hispanic voters about the record of this administration. Spanish unemployment is at a record low. You see, the wages are high, jobs come back, that you are able to start businesses because loans more available,” she said.
She also took a swipe at the Democratic socialists like Senator Bernie Sanders, I-Vt., and Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez, D-NY: “The other factor is, you have a lot of people of Venezuela and Cuba in Florida. And, you will realize that the democratic party proposes that the socialism, and you know first-Hand how dangerous that is. And, that is why they are in those countries, to come to America, fled.”
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Meanwhile, democratic candidates have community swing against the administration, the position with the Hispanic.
In Columbia, South Carolina on Sunday, representatives Eric Swalwell, D-Calif., said: “Latino families in America are under attack by this President now.”
Speaking elsewhere in the state, Sanders said the President is divisive: “He’s trying to separate us, is our campaign brings us together…black and white and Latino, Native American, Asian American—, it brings us together.”
In Florida, an important swing state for campaigns in the 2020 election, it is hardly surprising. The first of a dozen Democratic presidential debate starts on Wednesday in Miami. Florida is home to more than two million Hispanic voters. The Central part of the state has seen an increase in Puerto Ricans — who tend to support Democrats -which is to be moved, from its traditional base in places like New York and of the island territory in the Wake of a devastating blow from Hurricane Maria in the year 2017.
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The President won Florida in 2016, with 25 percent of the Hispanic vote.
“We are aware that the Republicans just roll and admit that the Latino vote,” Democratic National Committee Chairman, Tom Perez told NBC News.
However, the President could be efforts, met with barriers. He draws harsh criticism for many of its previous comments and the policy, which is largely the influence of Hispanics.
More than 144,000 people, migrants detained at the border in may. The Department of Homeland Security (DHS) says that the money is running to address humanitarian concerns at the borders and in the detention centres at the end of the month.
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“I think a lot of Hispanic voters realize, that they came here illegally, they work hard, and you realize how important a good legal immigration system,” McDaniel said.
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“We have this influx of people will stop coming to our borders. Not only because it’s not good for our country, but it is not good for these families to make these dangerous journeys.”
“So, why don’t we come to fix our immigration system that make it easier to create a merit-based system…you want security in our immigration system, and you will see, to the Democrats’ hold that up.”