Salma Hayek: I Denied Trump A Date, So He Planted A National Enquirer Story About My Height
On a Spanish-language radio show, the Clinton-supporting actor said Trump befriended her boyfriend to get her number, but when she denied his offer to go on a date, he had a story planted in the National Enquirer that he wouldn't date her because she's too short.
Frustrated Latino Republicans To Call For RNC's Reince Priebus To Resign
During a meeting ahead of the final debate in Las Vegas, 25 conservative Hispanic leaders will convene to chart the way forward for a tarnished Republican Party and Latinos. They feel betrayed by Priebus, who promised to be their partner.
Democrats Worried Young Latinos Are Cool To Clinton Ahead Of Key Stretch
But they hope Hispanic Heritage Month will produce big registration numbers. "Bernie Sanders was telling voters the system is rigged. When two candidates say the system is rigged and one of your candidates doesn’t make it, you’re suspicious."
Clinton Latino Operation, Going Beyond Obama In '12, Readies Final Trump Battle Plan
There are Latino vote directors in new states, English language ads aimed at Hispanics, and targeted small business and faith national programs, all ramping up to maximize the Latino vote for Clinton in the stretch run against Trump.
In Reversal, Trump Indicates To Hispanic Leaders Openness To Legalization For Immigrants
The Trump campaign disputes that Donald Trump is open to legalization after members of his Hispanic advisory council said he suggested he is open to figuring out a humane and efficient manner to deal with undocumented immigrants already in the country, ahead of a major immigration speech this week.
Latina Former Bush Treasurer Endorses Clinton, Blasts Trump
Rosario Marin endorsed Clinton in a Univision op-ed because of Trump's rhetoric and policies throughout the election. "I will stand up for my community against the menace of a tyrannical presidency that does not value the countless contributions of immigrants."
Univision Poll: Clinton Has Larger Lead Over Trump With Latinos Than Obama's 2012 Win
Clinton leads Trump 67% to 19% with Hispanic voters, who overwhelmingly oppose his plan to build a wall along the border. Three in four Latino voters were offended by Trump's comments about a Mexican-American judge and think he's a racist.