December 8, 2015: Does Spanish-language media in the United States favor and speak more for Mexicans and Mexico than it does for U.S. Hispanics – such as the people of Puerto Rico – obscuring the fact that more U.S. Latinos support Donald Trump than it appears? Are Hispanics who have arrived in the United States in recent years badly-integrated into U.S. society because they are encouraged by the federal government not to learn English, since in many places Spanish is considered a native language? Does the federal government mischaracterize Hispanic Americans by putting them all of them under the same rubric? Those are just some of the controversial assertions of Mr. Vincent Giglio, a Puerto Rican American who believes that Trump is right to call for strict immigration controls – including on Muslims entering the country, that Puerto Ricans will support Trump because they are all legal residents, and that Trump is the answer to the island’s financial woes and skyrocketing crime rate.
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