Latinos en el GOP no quieren a Trump

Donald Trump tomó a Twitter ayer para tratar de celebrar el Cinco de Mayo y proclamar que quiere tanto a los hispanos que los quiere deportar.

Desafortunadamente para él, el amor de los hispanos no se puede comprar con unos tacos.

En una encuesta nacional realizada el mes pasado, sólo un 9% de los hispanos favorecen a Trump, comparado con un tremendo 87% en contra. 79% de los que respondieron tienen una opinión muy negativa del estandarte republicano.

Estos republicanos latinos están diciendo ‘Ni locos’ a Trump.

Vean sus reacciones.

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Republicanos Hispanos No Apoyan A Trump – Hispanic Republicans Don’t Support Trump

Donald Trump took to twitter yesterday to celebrate Cinco de Mayo and proclaim that, “I love Hispanics!” Unfortunately for his electoral prospects, the love doesn’t seem to be flowing both ways.

In a nationwide poll conducted last month, Trump’s favorability with Hispanic voters is a meager 9% while his unfavorability stands at a staggering 87%. Alarmingly for Trump, 79% of respondents held a “very unfavorable” view of the Republican standard-bearer.

Trump’s unpopularity cuts across ideological lines and extends to Republican Hispanics. Watch their reactions below:

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Trump, Who Wants To Scrap Dept. Of Education: We Will Make Education Important

It’s nice to see Donald Trump express support for teachers. Too bad he doesn’t mean it.

Trump says he’ll “make education a far more important component of our life,” but if elected he’s pledged to ensure the Department of Education is “largely eliminated.”

And it gets worse: Trump’s also promised that Ben Carson would be “very much involved in education” in a Trump administration. Carson, of course, famously said that he wouldn’t eliminate the Department of Education but instead re-purpose it “to monitor our institutions of higher education for extreme political bias.”

Neat!

Background:

Trump: Bad For K-12 Education

✓  Trump blamed a “very high union wall” for creating a “competition-free zone” in public schools.

✓  Trump said the Department of Education could be “largely eliminated” and that, “You could cut that way, way, way down.”

✓  Trump supported charter schools and vouchers as the “American way.”

✓  Trump promised that Ben Carson would be very involved in education policy in his […]

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Hey, Senator Ron Johnson, it’s not that hard…

If the highest ranking elected Republican in the United States can do it, why can’t Senator Ron Johnson? Today, Speaker Paul Ryan rebuffed Donald Trump as the GOP nominee.

“While it remains to be seen if the speaker will join the droves of #EventuallyTrump Republicans, Ryan made one thing clear: it’s not that hard to denounce Donald Trump,” said American Bridge President Jessica Mackler. “Earlier today, Senator Ron Johnson teamed up with Ryan on the campaign trail, but don’t expect him to team up against Trump. Johnson has made it perfectly clear: he’s all in for the Ronald and the Donald. He’ll never recognize Trump for what he really is: a xenophobic bigot whose policies put our democracy in jeopardy.”

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Hey, Senator Pat Toomey, it’s not that hard…

If the highest ranking elected Republican in the United States can do it, why can’t Senator Pat Toomey? Today, Speaker Paul Ryan rebuffed Donald Trump as the GOP nominee.

“While it remains to be seen if the speaker will join the droves of #EventuallyTrump Republicans, Ryan made one thing clear: it’s not that hard to denounce Donald Trump,” said American Bridge President Jessica Mackler. “Once Senator Pat Toomey gets cell reception back, he should join Ryan in recognizing Trump for what he really is: a xenophobic bigot whose policies put our democracy in jeopardy.”

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Hey, Senator Rob Portman, it’s not that hard…

If the highest ranking elected Republican in the United States can do it, why can’t Senator Rob Portman? Today, Speaker Paul Ryan came out against Donald Trump as the GOP nominee.

“While it remains to be seen if the speaker will join the droves of #EventuallyTrump Republicans, Ryan made one thing clear: it’s not that hard to denounce Donald Trump,” said American Bridge President Jessica Mackler. “Senator Rob Portman should join Ryan in recognizing Trump for what he really is: a xenophobic bigot whose policies put our democracy — and the senator’s re-election — in jeopardy.”

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Hey, Senator Richard Burr, it’s not that hard…

If the highest ranking elected Republican in the United States can do it, why can’t Senator Ron Johnson? Today, Speaker Paul Ryan rebuffed Donald Trump as the GOP nominee.

“While it remains to be seen if the speaker will join the droves of #EventuallyTrump Republicans, Ryan made one thing clear: it’s not that hard to denounce Donald Trump,” said American Bridge President Jessica Mackler. “Senator Richard Burr should join Ryan in recognizing Trump for what he really is: a xenophobic bigot whose policies put our democracy — and Burr’s re-election — in jeopardy.”

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