Send by email

your name: email to: message:
Username: Email: Password: Confirm Password:
Login with
Confirming registration ...

Edit your profile:

Country: Town: State:
Gender: Birthday:
Email: Web:
How do you describe yourself:
Password: New password: Repite password:

Tuesday, April 17, 2018

Donald Trump visits Hialeah and talks about economy

Por Damian

It was announced recently, and it actually happened! Donald Trump came to South Florida on Monday to strengthen ties with the most Hispanic city in the state, where he spoke of the economy, the reduction of taxes and the country´s efforts to punish the repressive regimes of Cuba and Venezuela.

"You are a particular people, hardworking people. I love you", Trump said last Monday at Bucky Park in Hialeah, the day before the deadline to file the tax return. "We will do things that maybe our economy and our country have never seen before, we have more potential".

Trump, whose most profitable company is the Trump National in Doral, loves Miami. The president came eager to talk about the economy and tax cuts, key issues of the Republicans before the next legislative elections, and focused on that issue, without mentioning once James Comey, the former director of the FBI, or Russia. "For the first time in 18 years, salaries are rising, congratulations", said Trump. "Enjoy your money".

According to El Nuevo Herald, the crowd greeted the president with praises and showing their enthusiasm when he compared their hard work ethic with the original values ​​of the United States. They shouted loudly when he criticized Nicolás Maduro's regime in Venezuela and mentioned how "hard" his government has been with Cuba.

Trump's visit to South Florida, seven months before the legislative elections, prompted speculation about who would accompany him, given his low numbers in opinion polls and its volatility. Gov. Rick Scott, who defended Trump during the presidential campaign, was in Naples and left the state recently to attend scheduled activities, according to a spokesman for his federal Senate campaign against Democrat Bill Nelson, whom Trump criticized during his presentation.

Republican Rep. Carlos Curbelo, who is likely to have a tough re-election campaign in a district where Hillary Clinton pulled 16 points over Trump two years ago, said through a spokeswoman that Curbelo's return trip from the Summit of the Americas in Peru prevented him from attending the event, although Senator Marco Rubio returned in time from the same event. On the other hand, it is known that Carlos Giménez, mayor of Miami-Dade and a moderate Republican who has accepted some of Trump's most controversial policies, did not meet with him at Miami International Airport.