In an interview with Spanish-language network Telemundo slated to air Thursday night, Trump pushed back on assertions that a sizable majority of Hispanics fear his rhetoric and promises to deport millions of people.
"I love immigrants", Trump said, when presenter Jose Diaz-Balart asked the president about his administration's policies on child separation, on the DACA programme protecting people brought to the U.S. illegally as children - which the president ended - and on his "zero-tolerance" border plans.
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"Tonight I stand before you to officially launch my campaign for a second term as president of the United States", Mr. Trump told supporters.
"Those people are the first ones that want MS-13 removed, but they don't want to see families separated at the border, they don't want to see children in cages", Díaz-Balart said.
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But now Trump is well into his first term, and campaigning hard for a second in 2020.
He also said that during his presidency marked a record low unemployment rate among Hispanics. The Massachusetts senator said more than two thirds of the people who are now detained for their immigration status are held in for-profit detention facilities. "They don't want criminals to come, because they understand the border better than anybody". "I say get the profits out of locking people up".
Twenty-two of the 24 major candidates seeking the party's 2020 nomination will attend the gathering in Columbia hosted by US Representative Jim Clyburn, the highest-ranking black lawmaker in Congress. Cory Booker, D-N.J., and Kamala Harris, D-Calif., have campaigned diligently in SC, making no assumptions that the black voters who make up 60 percent of the early-voting state's Democratic registrants would automatically gravitate towards a figure with a shared identity, so, too, the former HUD secretary isn't taking for granted support from Latinos - particularly in Florida, where the population is highly diverse, hailing from a wide variety of Spanish-speaking nations in South and Central America and across the Caribbean.
Voters in that district, which includes downtown Miami, Miami Beach, Coral Gables, Key Biscayne and surrounding neighborhoods, voted for Ros-Lehtinen in previous elections but also voted for Democratic presidential candidate and former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton in 2016.
The NALEO forum and next week's debate present a particularly unique opportunity for Castro, the field's lone Latino candidate, who, in polls, has sat in the middle of the crowded group for much of the year, despite his early entrance into the race and diverse resume.