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Cuban Exile Community Could Be Key To Victory For Donald Trump

Sunday, October 2, 2016 8:30
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Rep. Mario Diaz-Balart (R) along with the entire American-Cuba congressional delegation of Miami have not openly endorsed Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump, yet.

During a short and fiery speech he gave in Spanish to the arroz con pollo political activists (las Abuelas) in Hialeah, Florida,  Diaz-Balart just about told the crowd of 300+ that Trump needed to beat Hillary Clinton.

Diaz-Balart praised the past election efforts of the Cuban exile community, emphatically stating “once again, Hialeah was going to decided this upcoming presidential election,” and asked the crowd to go and help all Republican elected officials win on election day, including Senator Marco Rubio who is running for re-election to the US Senate.

“Hialeah never gets confused!  Hialeah never gets tired! Hialeah never stops being patriotic!”-Rep. Mario Diaz-Balart (R)

If the Republican-heavy Cuban exile community turns out to vote on November 8, Trump may very well win Miami-Dade County, and ultimately the state of Florida.


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