President Trump is to the beginning of 2020, his re-election by trying to woo Hispanic voters with a kickoff event in the crucial swing state of Florida.
Vice-President Mike Pence will visit Miami on Tuesday, to roll-out the “Latinos for trump” campaign, a nationwide project is aimed at engaging Hispanic communities. Florida is home to more than 2 million Hispanic voters and could play an important role in next year’s presidential elections, reported Politico.
“The strong Latino support for President Trump and his policy will be decisive in re-electing the President for a second term in office,” Hannah Castillo, Director of coalitions for the Trump campaign, told The hill in a statement.
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Florida Lieutenant Gov. Jeanette Núñez, Cuban Americans, is trying co-chair of the public relations.
Trump won Florida in 2016, with 25 percent of the Hispanic Republican Cubans votes, strengthened in the context of pro -, according to the policy website.
More than two-thirds of non-Hispanic Cubans voted for Hillary Clinton, Which has seen the Central part of the state, 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.
Collins pointed to the low unemployment figures and its support for the Venezuelan opposition leader Juan Guaidó about President Nicolas Maduro as reasons to support why the Hispanics trump.
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Trump, the effort could be with obstacles. He’s drawn criticism and ridicule from many of his earlier comments and the policy, which is largely the influence of Hispanics.
During his 2016 campaign launch, he said, Mexico was sending “rapists” and criminals across the border. He was referring to Central Americans fleeing violence and poverty as “thugs” and criminals.
On Monday, he tweeted that Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) would be “the elimination of millions of illegal aliens, illegally in the United States,” in the next week.
His government criticism for his response to Puerto Rico in the aftermath of hurricane Maria has moved. He fought with Puerto Rican officials and threatened to refuse the help of the island and has do complained about, so that they are regularly on Twitter.
He refused reported to recognize also to a Harvard study concluded that the number of death victims due to the hurricane closer to 4,600, more than 70 times the original number.
In an interview with Spanish language network Telemundo scheduled to air on Thursday, Trump pushed back on allegations that a significant majority of Hispanics fear that his rhetoric and promises to deport millions of people.
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“You want me to do it. They are illegal said” Trump.
“Mr. President, don’t do it,” anchor José Díaz-Balart replied, while also, say, Trump, the MS-13 gang members do not enter the majority of the migrants prefer the USA, talk Trump has continued to push to.