A former George W. Bush administration official wrote in a Washington Post urging "fellow Latinos" to vote President Trump out of office, stating that Republicans "lost control of the monster they helped create."  Abel Guera, who was associate director of public relations at the White House Bush, also characterizes the GOP as a party that resists racism and "looks away while the current president degrades our community and destroys America."
per item First, "Guerra wrote in a piece published on Wednesday. "I'm a Republican. I worked at the George W. Bush White House. And I tell my Latin Americans: I don't want to become a Democrat. But I ask you to vote for President Trump out of office."
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In his manifesto he warned of Latin American "invasion" of Texas.
El Paso sits across from Quidad Juarez in Mexico. Many critics of the current administration have accused Trump of inciting hatred of Spaniards and immigrants through politics and a fierce political rally.
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] He urged Republicans to "dust their moral compass" and remember what the party is. He said the GOP could suffer heavy losses in Congress if it decided to take that president's seat.
Spaniards are expected to be the largest racial or ethnic minority group in the electorate in 2020 with 32 million voters, according to a Pew Center poll.
Trump won 29 percent of the Spaniard's vote in the 2016 presidential election.