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Trump gains support from some Democrats with his immigration remarks

  • Biden and his allies blame the Republicans in Washington for pulling out of a border security agreement after Trump’s criticism.
  • 32% of Americans felt the situation was a major concern and 45% of Americans called it a catastrophe.
  • A $30 million ad campaign aimed at Latino viewers in pivotal swing states was recently launched by the president’s reelection campaign.

Donald Trump has stepped up his derogatory remarks on immigrants, painting them as violent criminals who are contaminating the blood of Americans. Even though his rhetoric regarding migration frequently contains lies, it has been appealing to many of his core supporters for the past ten years.

President Joe Biden and his allies blame the Republicans in Washington for pulling out of a border security agreement after Trump’s criticism, painting the issue as one of policy disagreement that Congress can resolve. Still, it seems that Trump’s message is striking a chord with important segments of the coalition that Biden needs to win over in November.

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According to a March Associated Press-NORC Center for Public Affairs Research poll, over two-thirds of Americans disapprove of Biden’s handling of border security, including around 4 in 10 Democrats, 55% of Black adults, and 73% of Hispanic adults. According to a recent Pew Research Center survey, 32% of Americans felt the situation was a major concern and 45% of Americans called it a catastrophe.

Racial justice activist Vetress Boyce, who lives in Chicago, voiced dissatisfaction with both the city’s efforts to provide housing for recently arrived migrants and Biden’s immigration policies. Democrats, she contended, ought to prioritize financial support for Black communities rather than immigration.

52-year-old Hispanic Eagle Pass, Texas, small business owner Gracie Martinez, who was originally a Democrat and voted for former President Barack Obama, is now a Trump supporter mostly due to the border.

A $30 million ad campaign aimed at Latino viewers in pivotal swing states was recently launched by the president’s reelection campaign. It featured a digital commercial in both English and Spanish that highlighted Trump’s previous claims that immigrants from Mexico are rapists and criminals.

The effects of the border are being felt well beyond its boundaries, as Trump allies are transporting over 100,000 migrants to Democratic-led cities like Denver, Chicago, and New York using state-funded buses.

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