President Trump courted Hispanic voters on Monday in Arizona, telling them that a vote for Republicans in November “is a vote for the American dream” of a strong economy, safe streets and opportunity for people who fled oppression in Latin America.
“You’re an amazing group of people and I love you, and we’re taking care of you and I’m never letting you down,” the president told several hundred boisterous Hispanic supporters in a hotel ballroom in Phoenix. “Your community is so important to me.”
The president won Arizona four years ago, but he now trails Joseph R. Biden there in public polls and is being outspent nearly three-to-one by the Democrat on TV ads.
Mr. Trump said his rival “spent 47 years selling out the Hispanic-American community, sending your jobs to China, raising your taxes.” Then he poked fun at Mr. Biden’s habit of campaigning from his home in Delaware.
“You need a lot of energy to do this