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Donald Trump falsely tells his supporters in New Mexico Hispanics ‘want a border wall’


Donald Trump has actually incorrectly told advocates in New Mexico that Latinos support his need for a wall on the southern United States border.

In a speech in which he assaulted the media for its latest discoveries about Supreme Justice Brett Kavanaugh, the president made a play for Latino citizens and declared he could win New Mexico in 2020, a state he lost to Hillary Clinton in 2016 by 48 points to 40. The last Republican presidential prospect to win there was George W Bush in 2004.

” It’s been a while since a Republican won New Mexico,” Mr Trump told a rally at the Santa Ana Star Centre in Rio Rancho, where he was met chants of “U.S.A., USA”.

” I believe we’re going to do great here. We’re here because we actually believe we’re going to turn this state and make it a Republican state.”

The president’s claims do not appear to be supported by the realities. While around 28 percent of Hispanics supported Mr Trump in 2016, a comparable percentage who chose Republican candidate Mitt Romney in 2012, there are signs support for him has slipped as an outcome of his frequently racist rhetoric over immigrants. Hispanics, in addition to numerous members of the public, have also voiced outrage over his administration’s policy of separating migrant children from their families at the border.

A survey taken this summer season, at the time when Mr Trump was at the centre of debate after telling four congresswoman of colour to “return house”, discovered support for the president amid Latinos fell 16 points to simply 23 percent.

At the very same time, duplicated surveys shown that on the problem of a the border all Mr Trump has repeatedly assured to construct, there is little assistance for the project amongst the country’s Hispanic neighborhood.

A Pew study taken in 2015 showed that while 56 per cent of the general public opposed Mr Trump’s idea, as numerous as 75 per cent of Hispanics were against it. At the same time, 83 percent said they supported a permanent amnesty for migrants who were given the nation without papers by their moms and dads– the so-called Dreamers.

After Mr Trump spoke in January from the Oval Office in assistance of a border wall, Hispanic Federation president José Calderón, stated that “the only crisis at the border today is the humanitarian crisis the president has actually created through his crusade to harm, penalize and tear apart immigrant families and neighborhoods”.

He stated: “Indeed, we have actually seen first-hand the effect of the president’s actions: families being rejected sanctuary from violence, kids and children being separated from their parents, immigrants enduring physical abuse at the hands of law enforcement officials, and migrant kids as young as seven dying from dehydration and fatigue while in US Border Patrol custody.”

Mr Trump’s drop in New Mexico, which has simply 5 presidential electoral college votes, was among 3 events prepared for the American West. Reports state he will spend the night in the Albuquerque area, then travel to California for a series of fundraising occasions on Tuesday in Palo Alto and Beverly Hills. The president will then will participate in other charity events in Los Angeles and San Diego on Wednesday before going back to the capital.

While Democrats were able to win New Mexico without Ms Clinton even bothering to visit the state in 2016, the Trump project is seeking any opportunities to put more states in play in what is likely to be a hard re-election fight for the president.
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His project stated a rally earlier this year in nearby neighboring El Paso, Texas, was well participated in by female and Hispanic citizens, and individuals who had travelled from New Mexico. Hundreds of people appeared early Monday to claim a place in line ahead of the night occasion in Rio Rancho. Protesters, for their part, vowed to step up acts of civil disobedience and demonstrations.

“We have the opportunity due to the fact that of our fundraising and facilities to not only safeguard the states we brought in 2016, however to extend the map in 2020,” stated Rick Gorka, a representative for a fundraising committee for Trump’s re-election project and the Republican politician National Committee.

Mr Gorka said New Mexico was a big part of that method, as were Minnesota, New Hampshire and Nevada.

Brent Stephens
Brent is a content writer at Drew Reports News, where he covers technology and Entertainment. Previously, he was a foreign correspondent at Drew Reports News based in Seoul, South Korea as well as a venture capitalist with General Catalyst in Palo Alto and Charles River Ventures in Boston and New York. Brent can be reach at brent@drewreportsnews.com

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