The loudmouthed and obnoxious billionaire, Donald Trump has trimmed his chances of winning in the upcoming elections from the Republican platform. His anti-Mexican immigrant rants may cost him his bid to become president.
Some people have more money than sense. Mega-rich Donald Trump seems to be one of them. He is in fact a spot on the face of the Republicans. And the GOP members are adding to the damage done to their party’s image by not making him shut up. Trump may have succeeded by saying “You’re Fired” on his reality TV show, but his foot-in-mouth practices may cost him more than he bargained for.
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His views about Latinos and Hispanic immigrants in the United States have caused negative reactions from the ethnic communities whom he is blaming with such impudence. In fact, just recovering from the setbacks in popularity ratings is going to be an uphill task for Mr. Trump.
Trump apparently lost his mind when he spouted (or was it blurted) the words that Mexico exports rapists and drug lords to the United States. This obviously caused chaos due to its racist and xenophobic undertones.
While the debate over border control is a legitimate one, it is not a one way street and most of all not every Mexican is guilty of rape or drug dealing as Donald seems to be emphasizing. Trump’s tendency of speaking without filters is a bad habit and one which could lead to his campaign being derailed.
After Kate Steinle was shot by a convict who had many criminal charges against him and had been deported several times, Donald Trump just went crazy with his anti-Mexican spiel. He just went mad.
Trump actually said that he alone could put an end to the illegal border leakage, according to NYDailyNews. And he condemned the situation at the border in very brash and angry words that were filled with hatred and venom.
The Hispanic groups in the US of A have spoken out vociferously against Trump and his prejudiced talk. They have in fact vowed not to vote for Trump when election-time comes. But Trump was too intoxicated with his lead among the Republicans to even notice the ugly effect his language was having on a nation already divided over race and racism.
He crowed and was jubilant over his apparent status of fame and fortune. Marco Rubio, a senator, has termed his comments as not just offensive and inaccurate but divisive. It appears to be the case that Donald Trump sure has a lot to learn when it comes to tact and politesse.