President Donald Trump was met with silence at a campaign-style rally in Michigan Saturday night when he asked if there were any Hispanics present, then repeated his demand for a border wall.
Trump skipped the White House Correspondents Dinner to instead regale his fervent supporters in Washington, Michigan. After taking credit for Hispanic unemployment numbers dropping, the president said this:
“Any Hispanics in the room?” Trump asked to relative silence. “Naw, not so many? That’s OK.”
Oh no! As Trump told a rambling story about the embassy in Israel, Fox News’ satellite feed cut out pic.twitter.com/PSWZJOtxbC
— Aaron Rupar (@atrupar) 29 de abril de 2018
Then he took a swerve into: “In all fairness, Kanye West gets it. He gets it.” The president was referring to the rapper’s recent show of support for him.
Satisfied the audience was lacking in Hispanics, Trump launched into a tirade repeating his demand for his border wall, and said those illegally crossing into the U.S. are somehow voting for Democrats in elections.
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