Trump Attempting To Get Votes from Foreigners after Insults?



Donald Trump gives his speech that he will be running for president.

Samuel Valles, Staff

After the Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump, compared foreigners to rapists and criminals in his candidacy speech back in June 2015, Trump is now trying to get them to for him in the presidential election.

On June 25, 2015, Republican nominee Donald Trump was giving his speech and in the speech he insulted Mexican immigrants; “When Mexico sends its people, they’re not sending their best…. They’re bringing drugs, they’re bringing crime, their rapist.”

And on July 2nd, 2015, Trump made some racial slurs to the Black Lives Matter movement; “If Black lives don’t matter, then go back to Africa”. Offending the whole point of the “Black Lives Matter” and taking it into a whole different consideration.

Now in his last speech on Monday August 22nd, 2016, Trump was attempting to get the votes from foreigners with his now famous “What the hell do you have to lose” quote. He is mostly targeting registered African-American voters to vote for him since Hillary and Trump are tied with this past Ohio voting.

Trump is trying many different strategies to try to get votes from Foreigners, such as turning them against Hillary in the presidential race and by saying some nonsense.

Trump is trying to convince the foreigners should vote for the republican side of the presidential race after voting for the Democratic side for many years and they should “try something new” for once. But if we look at the reasons why they vote for the democratic side instead of the republican side, they say things that people like.

Trump is also trying to turn the voters against the Democratic side by saying that the “Democrats have abandoned them”. Trump is just stating these things because he doesn’t have enough people on his side to beat Clinton’s side.

There is a lot going on and we will keep seeing more of these types of nonsense from Trump until the Presidential election in November.