Democratic presidential candidate Joe Biden on Tuesday compared President Trump to Cuban dictator Fidel Castro while speaking with Univision Orlando.
Trump accused Biden of being a tool of the Left, claiming that Democrats are advancing socialist views, but the former vice-president drew comparisons in an interview with a Spanish-language outlet.
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“Trump has more in common with Castro than Churchill,” Biden said, “Look who he admires. He admires Putin, he admires Xi, he admires everyone Is one who behaves in a totalitarian way. I’m quite the opposite. ” Belief in a democratic system. ”
Many Spanish-speaking people from Florida immigrated to the Sunshine State after Castro fled Cuba to socialist or communist rule. The former vice president wants to gain ground among Hispanic voters in the battlefield as Trump took a narrow lead with that demographic in an NBC / Marist poll last week. Two candidates were deadlocked in the same poll for overall support in the state.
According to an exit poll, in 2016 Democratic candidate Hillary Clinton defeated Trump by more than 25 points among Florida’s Hispanic voters, but Trump still won the state.
Biden told reporters that he is heading to Florida this week that his mission in the state will be to bring Spanish-speaking voters to court.
“I will talk about how I am going to act like a devil, to make sure I turn on every Latino and Hispanic vote,” Biden asked reporters, his message being the country’s largest traditional mango What will happen in the election war zone?
HISPANIC HEREDITED TO PLAY ‘DESPACITO’ IN HERITAGE MONTANT
One Florida Democratic operative was pessimistic about Biden’s current situation among Hispanic voters, telling Hill, “If you’re the Biden campaign, there’s really no good answer here.”
A campaign event at Biden Kissimmee, Fla. Tuesday evening caught some flack for a flatter worthy moment.
Biden stopped and reached to keep the phone in his pocket when he arrived at the podium at the event to celebrate the Hispanic Heritage Month.
“I just want to say one thing,” Biden began as he looked down at his phone. “Wait here.”
He then placed his phone near the microphone, ringing Luis Fonsi’s 2017 hit song “Despacito”, which introduced the candidate. After turning his head for about 15 seconds and gently dancing behind the podium, he stopped the music.
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“I will tell you that – if I had the talent of one of these people, I would be elected president by appreciation,” Biden said.
“Oh My,” CBS News correspondent Ed O’Keefe Reacted.
Mercedes Schlapp, senior Trump campaign adviser, said, “@ JoAden realizes that Despacito means ‘slowly’.” Quipped.
Fox News’ Eli Rafa, Joseph A. Wolfotion and Morgan Phillips contributed to this report.