Advocates Send Clear Message to Sen. Richard Burr: Latino, APIA, and   Immigrant Voters Will Boycott #TrumpsParty in November Today, Donald Trump is meeting with lawmakers on Capitol Hill. On the very same day, the Senate carry out is serving taco salad bowls for lunch—a fitting reminder of the recent “hispandering” that Trump, the most anti-immigrant and xenophobic… Continue »

As the presumptive Republican Presidential nominee Donald Trump huddled with GOP leaders today — including Speaker Paul Ryan and RNC Chair Reince Priebus — advocates delivered taco bowl to GOP lawmakers who are lining up with Trump. The taco bowls — infamously featured in Trump’s insulting Cinco de Mayo tweet last week — had the message: “Latino and immigrant voters will never… Continue »

Advocates Send Clear Message to GOP: Latino, APIA, and Immigrant Voters Will Boycott #TrumpsParty in November Today, Donald Trump is meeting with lawmakers on Capitol Hill. On the very same day, the Senate carry out is serving taco salad bowls for lunch—a fitting reminder of the recent “hispandering” that Trump, the most anti-immigrant and xenophobic presidential candidate… Continue »

Advocates Send Clear Message to GOP: Latino and Immigrant Voters Will Remember #TrumpsParty in November Today, Donald Trump is meeting with lawmakers on Capitol Hill. On the very same day, the Senate carry out is serving taco salad bowls for lunch—a fitting reminder of the recent “hispandering” that Trump, the most anti-immigrant and xenophobic presidential candidate in modern U.S.… Continue »

By David Leopold. Crossposted from Medium. Available in Spanish here. Last week, Donald Trump’s Cinco de Mayo tweet topped the headlines. This tweet is the latest in a longstanding series of insulting, offensive, andderogatory tweets from the GOP presidential front runner. What makes Trump’s Twitter conduct so utterly disturbing, and fascinating for the media, is that he routinely manages to… Continue »

The Donald Trump campaign has blamed the nomination of a white nationalist as a California delegate on a “database error.” Don’t you just hate it when that happens? The news yesterday that the Trump campaign had selected William Daniel Johnson — a lawyer who had “once called for a constitutional amendment which would revoke citizenship… Continue »

In a must-read opinion piece from The Guardian, Sabrina Vourvoulias writes that the very group Donald Trump has insulted on his way to the GOP nomination could also be responsible for putting up a wall between him and the White House. As Vourvoulias argues in “Donald Trump’s kryptonite: millions of active – and furious – Latino voters,” if Latinos turn… Continue »

As pundits grapple with Donald Trump’s unlikely ascendancy to the presumptive nominee of the Republican party, they often cite his so-called “populist” appeal.  In a new, must read piece at Vox, Matthew Yglesias dismantles this analysis, noting that not only are Trump supporters largely not struggling financially, but that “[t]o understand the patterns of support and opposition to Trump,… Continue »

With conservative and Republican elites battling over whether or not to rally behind Donald Trump as the presumptive GOP presidential nominee, it’s important to take a look at what’s happening among the voters they purport to represent. Two new polls in South Florida and fresh commentary from Latino Republicans about Trump underscore that the drop-off… Continue »

Remezcla — a popular media brand with audiences in the US, Latin America, and Spain — has announced it will no longer cover Donald Trump. Instead, Remezcla will report on the nationwide mobilization efforts against the Republican Presidential nominee. Editor-in-Chief Andrea Gompf writes: Unfortunately, I have come to feel that our Donald Trump stories – which… Continue »