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  • Latino businesses unite to defy Trump
  • Latino businesses unite to defy Trump
    Gage Skidmore (2011) ©
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Latino businesses unite to defy Trump

Would-be president Donald Trump might think of himself as an astute businessman, but when he described Mexican immigrants as drug dealers and rapists he wasn’t just being racist, but fiscally reckless. A string of Latino businesses have cut ties with the billionaire magnate in response.

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