The media has long held that demographics are on the Democrats’ side — in particular that we were reaching a tipping point with Hispanic voters that would give Republicans a permanent minority. And of all Republicans, Democrats believed Donald Trump would be the least popular among Hispanics, given his tough talk on illegal immigration. But guess what? Another Democratic narrative is collapsing. Andrew reveals why it is that Trump’s popularity among Hispanics going into 2020 is rising with guest Jo-Ann Chase, adviser and Virginia state director for the National Diversity Coalition for Trump. Andrew breaks down a troubling new report from the Congressional Budget Office on the national debt and what the Trump administration plans to do.
Feb 28, 2019|17:32