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Campaign spot seems to question the Democratic presidential frontrunner fitness for office; Kevin cork reports from Albuquerque.
ALBUQUERQUE, N. M. – President of Trump thinks the work of the campaign team, he has a shot at winning New Mexico with a message on immigration and trade.
At a rally in Rio Rancho on Monday, the President’s home, hammered the point that his government has done more to reverse what he as “catastrophic” trade policy than any other administration in history.
“Your state lost 33 percent of the manufacturing jobs after NAFTA was signed was to go,” Trump the crowd told on Monday. “That was one of the great catastrophes, and now we are installing the NAFTA with the brand-new U.S.-Mexico-Canada agreement: USMCA.”
New Mexico has the economy depended heavily on the energy sector and has experienced a boom in the last few months This year, the state legislature already is the revision of the budget-factor of the additional resources, according to a recent report by the Associated Press.
In an interview with Fox News,” Trump 2020 campaign manager Brad Parscale, said data points such as these were part of what brought New Mexico to get his attention.
“The Chinese collective fight to secure jobs here, the oil and gas industry is exploding,” Parscale said. To keep, he spoke with Fox News in front of a “Vamos to victory” Latino outreach event in Los Ranchos de Albuquerque, New Mexico-one of many that you have planned in the coming months.
But, why do you come to a state the President lost by eight points in only four years? The answer can be found in El Paso, Texas, to rally the team hosted earlier this year.
“On the El Paso-rally, we noticed that a significant number of those the registration of New Mexico voters,” trump were, in fact, by 2020, the campaign press Secretary, Kayleigh McEnany said. “We saw 50 per cent of the registrants were Democrats, [and] 25 percent of swing voters. The 75 percent who were not Republicans.”
Several of those who said in line at the rally in Rio Rancho, they saw themselves as the “silent majority” in New Mexico, where the Republicans have finally recognized. She pointed to the trade, the economy, and the border wall as reasons they have remained loyal to the President.
“The immigration law is now said floods in New Mexico,” a woman from Rio Rancho,. “I work in the medical field, so I see it everywhere… many of us rejected in New Mexico who need the help always, because the money has to come from somewhere.”
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McEnany, said Trump, the migration policy became one of the biggest misconceptions of the Hispanic electorate.
“It is to claim a complete lie that Hispanic voters are not interested in immigration,” she said. “On the contrary, Latino voters, border take care of backup.”
Many Democrats, however, rejected this idea from the bottom of my heart, calling Trump’s rhetoric on immigrants “hateful” and “toxic.”
“Just in the last year, New Mexico, Latinos rejected Trump’s toxic agenda and broken promises, by helping to select Democrats up and down the ballot in this state-you can see right through his feeble attempt to court our community, and are not to buy,” said Democratic National Committee (DNC) Director of Hispanic Media Enrique Gutiérrez.
There is no doubt that the President and his team have an uphill road in the West. Democrats mirrored, New Mexico, red House seat in 2018, and the governor took ‘ s mansion. Democrats said, this trend will only continue in the upcoming elections and the fact that Trump thought he could win here, the team’s desperation showed.
“We take nothing for granted,” DNC Battleground State Communications Director David Bergstein said, “but this GOP strategy looks like, are you worried about a realistic path to 270 electoral votes.”
At the moment, Democrats appear to have been, to win the battle for Hispanic voters. According to a Pew Research Center report, an estimated 69 percent of Hispanic voters voted for a Democrat in 2018, compared to 29 percent who voted for the Republicans. Nevertheless, it is not a group, a party could afford to lose.
Hispanics were on the track of the largest voting minority in the year 2020 with an estimated 32 million eligible voters in the year 2020, according to Pew. As many as 10 percent of the voters are to be expected in the coming cycle, were born outside of the United States
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Members of the trump team, said, despite the skeptics, the outreach she has remained committed to Hispanic voters.
“There are a lot of skeptics,” Parscale said. “Pennsylvania, Wisconsin, Michigan… There were also a lot of noise about what would be the policy of the President. Now we have guidelines for the execution of the prove victorious for Hispanics in America.”
Fox News ” Kevin cork and The Associated Press contributed to this report.