MIAMI – Last week, when Donald Trump was arraigned on 37 criminal charges of retaining secret documents at his Mar-A-Lago home, hundreds of his backers turned up to support him at the federal courthouse when he arrived. There were more journalists than protesters, but their shouts of indignation were loud.
WASHINGTON – None of the two. Neither Joe Biden nor Donald Trump. The majority of U.S. voters want a generational change in the White House. That’s what the polls say. The problem is that neither Democrats nor Republicans dare say that to Biden or Trump.
The former Congresswoman was angry. Not all of us Republicans think the same way, an upset Ileana Ros-Lehtinen told me on a TV program.
The current president of Mexico, Andrés Manuel López Obrador, is still fighting the results of the 2006 elections, which sent Felipe Calderón of the PAN party into the presidency.
President Jose Biden is the total opposite of Donald Trump. Biden is deliberate, easy going, doesn’t Tweet, thinks about what he says and has his ego well under control.
It was one of the biggest and most dangerous attacks on U.S. democracy in modern history.
Without the votes of a majority of Latinos, Joe Biden and Kamala Harris would not have won the White House. It would have been impossible.
Donald Trump has lied so many times – more than 20,000 times since he became president, according to a Washington Post count – that when he most needed people to believe him, few did.
MIAMI — Latinos know that Democrats are great at making promises. Now Democrats have to prove that they’re also great at keeping them.
Most of the polls say Donald Trump could lose the presidential election on Nov. 3. But they said the same thing in 2016, and he won. So all the predictions and bets made in these convulsive times carry a high risk.