Donald Trump Marks Hispanic Heritage Month By Mocking The Puerto Rican Accent

Randolph Lopez
October 8, 2017

Puerto Rico is part of America's imperialistic heritage, "won" in 1898 during the Spanish-American War, and yet the administration seems uninterested in doing much to help out.

She looked on from the stage in the East Room in the White House as the President spoke to the assembled reporters and Hispanic leaders.

As the crowd cheered, Trump happily proclaimed, "And we also love Puerto Rico", in his normal voice.

Trump delivered a short speech in which he discussed the contributions of the Hispanic community in the USA, doling out praise but also slipping in criticism.

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"What storm? "You will see what it means", said Trump, who refrain from responding to persistent questions in Iran or North Korea?".

President Donald Trump used an exaggerated Spanish accent during a speech marking Hispanic Heritage Month at the White House on Friday.

October 6, 2017 (EIRNS)-In the aftermath of President Trump's statement earlier this week that Puerto Rico's huge $72 bn. debt should be written off, there have been several attempts to explain what he meant, or claim that he "didn't really mean it". I have to deal with it. Fantastic people in this audience. Sometimes they're too tough.

The President also spoke about economics and the recent devastating hurricanes, two issues he clearly believes can bring the nation together. For those living in a bomb shelter, Puerto Rico and the U.S. Virgin Islands were smacked around by Hurricane Maria and have since been struggling to get back on its feet.

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