In separate pre-recorded videos, Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump sought to court Hispanic Christian voters with messages of hope for families struggling financially.
In a two-minute video that aired at the National Hispanic Christian Leadership Conference (NHCLC) in California, the presumptive Republican nominee vowed to curb minority unemployment and stop illegal drug cartels.
“National – Hispanic – Christian: three great words. We’re going to take care of you. We’re going to work with you. You’re going to be very happy. You’re going to like President Trump,” he said.
The billionaire said if elected to the White House, he would “bring back jobs” to the U.S., would create ...