Can Trump recover with Latino voters? | The Tylt
Ruth Guerra, the head of Hispanic media relations for the Republican National Committee, just resigned. It's very unusual for a committee staff member to quit right in the middle of a presidential campaign. The New York Times reports Guerra's "apparent discomfort with Donald Trump’s ascendancy to the party’s nomination" spurred her resignation. People are pointing to Guerrero's departure as a sign of Trump's serious trouble with Latino voters.
Will Donald Trump's problem with Latino voters doom his campaign?
Donald Trump's anti-immigration platform and remarks about Hispanics ("They're bringing drugs, they're bringing crime, they're rapists," he said of Mexican immigrants at his campaign kickoff last summer) have created serious furor. Just this last week, he derided a federal judge overseeing a pair of lawsuits against him as a "hater" and a "Mexican." In a recent CBS News poll, 62% of Hispanic voters say they view him unfavorably.
Other factions believe Trump can win back the Hispanic vote. Latinos for Trump just made a video detailing their support for the candidate. And Trump did surprisingly well with Latinos in the Nevada caucuses.
Can he win Latino voters back? What do you think?
Can Trump recover with Latino voters?
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