Hillary Clinton Says ‘Enough’ To Donald Trump’s Invectives Against Mexicans
Republican presidential contender Donald Trump has been the subject of criticisms in Hillary Clinton’s speech delivered before the National Council of La Raza in Kansas, saying Clinton’s tired of Trump’s obloquies against Mexicans.
“It was appalling to hear Donald Trump describe immigrants as drug dealers, racists and criminals,” the Democrat lady presidential hopeful quipped.
“He’s talking about people you and I know. He’s talking about people who love this country, work hard and want nothing more than a chance to build a better life for themselves and this country,” Clinton added.
Clinton asked the crowd, “When people and businesses everywhere rejected his hateful comments, did he apologize?”
It was Clinton, too, who answered her query. “No, he doubled down. It is shameful and no one should stand for it.”
But Trump was not the only one lashed out by Clinton. The rest of the Republicans were equally lambasted for failing to timely advise Trump in slowing down on the latter’s invectives against Mexicans.
“Why did it take weeks for most of you to speak out,” Clinton asked. “You are normally such a talkative bunch. Suddenly you have nothing to say.”
Clinton’s next line, strong and crisp, reverberated throughout: “I have just one word for Donald Trump: Basta! Enough!”
Immigration is included in Clinton’s platform. In most of her public appearances, Clinton has been emphatic about the cause of non-citizens. In fact, Clinton embraces the ideology of surpassing President Barack Obama’s policy supporting undocumented immigrants.
Clinton offers a full path to citizenship to undocumented immigrants should she win the White House in the 2016 Presidential Elections. The former first lady has been wooing the Hispanics population in a bid to win the primary.
In Monday’s speech, the champion of women and human rights has been using Spanish words. Earlier, Clinton won the endorsement for presidential primary from the Association of Federal Teachers. Being a product of public school, AFT’s President Randi Weingarten said Clinton is the best leader to foster the education throughout the country.
The Democrat Party offers two presidential candidates. Lately, Senator Bernie Sanders from Vermont has been gaining momentum in his presidential campaign.