On Monday, President Donald Trump visited Phoenix, Arizona for what the campaign described as a “Latinos for Trump” roundtable with voters.
However, as many reporters noted, the event seemed less like a roundtable and more like an indoor campaign rally, similar to the one held controversially the previous day in Henderson, Nevada against state COVID-19 restrictions.
Trump’s campaign is fighting to improve its margins with Latino voters, who backed Clinton overwhelmingly in 2016 and contributed to his popular vote loss.
What was billed as a “Latinos for Trump roundtable” in Phoenix sure feels more like another indoor rally pic.twitter.com/ZEN5Br6ROi
— Jonathan Lemire (@JonLemire) September 14, 2020
— Jeff Mason (@jeffmason1) September 14, 2020
another large indoor campaign event – this time in arizona pic.twitter.com/6WelokWtwe
— Justin Sink (@justinsink) September 14, 2020
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