2016 Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump:
Will he garner any Latino support? … Fuhgettaboutit!
Donald Trump: Migrants
Join Army of those who Despise Him (Excelsior, Mexico)
"His aspirations for the Republican nomination have neither rhyme nor reason. ... In no case is it suggested that he will become a presidential nominee, but if the choice comes down to two aspirants, Trump and his small support base could become the pivot that defines the next Republican nominee. ... Unfortunately for Trump, he is now despised not only in the political sphere, but by migrants, a sector likely to be definitive for the outcome of the upcoming election."
Donald Trump, son of Fred Trump, a prominent real
estate agent in the 1950s and 60s, is an American entrepreneur who was able to
consolidate his father's property empire and break into the entertainment
industry. This has helped him maintain his celebrity status and eccentric lifestyle.
While in his youth, Donald Trump expanded on his father's
business and made it one of the most recognizable and innovative agencies in
the U.S. and the world, today the prodigal son's companies are in bankruptcy,
with lawsuits connected to the misappropriation of funds, illicit enrichment
and negligence. From Trump University, which he created in 2004, to class
action suits against the Trump Organization in California, Tijuana and New York
- his companies have begun to falter.
Donald Trump has been repeatedly accused of fraud due to the
countless projects he has undertaken with other people's money and that, for
some reason, have never materialized; billions of dollars worth of projects over
which investors have undertaken lawsuits in the hope of recovering at least a portion
of the money Trump snatched away.
With the money of others in hand and standing behind this
business facade, Donald Trump has become the buffoon of the U.S. business
world, has lost credibility with his peers and has exploited his father's
legacy only to achieve a bad reputation and passing fame among north Americans
who take every opportunity to poke fun of his physical appearance, his words
and his career.
Furthermore, the only opinions Donald Trump seems capable of
expressing are exaggerated and out of context, all in an effort to keep his
name alive within the imaginations of U.S. people. Just last week the businessman
launched for the fourth time his 2016 candidacy for the presidency of the
In his speech, which lasted more than 45 minutes, Trump
promised to build a border fence to prevent the passage of Mexican migrants into
the country. The businessman asserted that Mexicans are responsible for
importing violence, drugs and crime into the United States, and also qualified
them as rapists. The magnate finished by saying that he deserved the White
House because of his $9 billion fortune. Ridiculous!
Here are details that provide a more accurate portrait of Donald
Trump: he's a mean-spirited member of North America's high society whose
aspirations for the Republican presidential nomination have neither rhyme nor
reason. Why is he calling such public attention to himself? What is Trump up to
with this media outburst?
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We could infer that, first of all, he is looking to deter new
competitors from entering the Republican battle, which he does by demonstrating
his financial capability. In the politics of North America, even more so in
this part of the process, money means viability among primary partisans. Trump
is sending a clear message: if you have this level of resources, welcome to the
race; otherwise don’t bother coming.
Second, fewer candidates mean greater bargaining power. In no
case is it suggested that Trump will become a presidential nominee, but if the choice
comes down to two aspirants, Trump and his small support base could become the
pivot that defines the next Republican presidential nominee.
Hence his speech in which he opposed immigration reform.
Trump is looking to attract the attention of the most conservative sectors of
the Republican Party, which, without a doubt, would also like to see the
construction of a new wall and share Trump's views about Mexico. With this, together
with his financial influence, Trump hopes to become their spokesperson.
Donald Trump: A Rare Unifying Force for Mexicans and Gringos! (Milenio, Mexico)
So with deceit and scandalous statements, Trump seems to not
only to be seeking the global spotlight, which he did manage to obtain, but to become
the Republican Party spokesman and to define who can become the candidate.
Unfortunately for Trump, his fourth attempt looks like it
will end in failure like the rest, as he is now despised not only in the
political sphere, but by migrants, a sector likely to be definitive for the
outcome of the upcoming election.