Trump proves once again that there's no lie too large or too small for him to tell repeatedly as long as there are rubes willing to play along.
Trump tells a crowd in New Mexico on Sept. 16, 2019, that he's been given the "Bay of Pigs Award" -- which does not exist.
Asks Steve Cortes 'Who Do You Like More, The Country Or The Hispanics?'
Trump defended Alex Acosta on the Labor Secretary's way out the door and noted that he's Hispanic.
A retweet this morning raised a few eyebrows at the Texas Senator.
Tom Brokaw on Meet the Press: "And a lot of this, we don't want to talk about. But the fact is, on the Republican side, a lot of people see the rise of an extraordinary, important, new constituent in American politics, Hispanics, who will come here and all be Democrats. Also, I hear, when I push people a little harder, "Well, I don't know whether I want brown grandbabies." I mean, that's also a part of it. It's the intermarriage that is going on and the cultures that are conflicting with each other. I also happen to believe that the Hispanics should work harder at assimilation. That's one of the things I've been saying for a long time. "
"Fox and Friends" proclaim Trump can't be a racist if he makes a trade deal with Mexico.
DHS Secretary John Kelly tells CNN's Dana Bash that women who are worried about being deported when reporting sexual assault shouldn't be because his department isn't targeting Dreamers for deportation, and that the '911 process is anonymous, if you want it to be.'
Department of Homeland Sec. John Kelly tells CNN's Dana Bash that his department is not targeting Dreamers for deportation in response to criticism that reports of rape from Hispanic women are way down in Los Angeles.
Javier Palomarez of the U.S. Hispanic Chamber of Commerce dismissed Trump as a clown, a payaso.
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