Businessman Donald Trump made some comments regarding immigration when announcing that he was intending to run for White House come 2016 general election. Unfortunately his comments on Latin American immigrants did not go well with many. Now the GOPers, including Jeb Bush, are reacting back as they criticize his views on the immigration.
After Trump’s speech annoyed many, including some of his business partners like NBC TV, Bush has criticized him, saying according to the republicans, his is wrong when it comes to immigration. “This is a guy who was a Democrat for most of the last decade. I don’t think he represents the Republican Party, and his views are way out of the mainstream of what most Republicans think,” Bush said.
In his speech, Trump called Latin Americans who migrate to USA “Rapist”, which has annoyed many, including his republican competitors. The former Texas Gov. Rick Perry corrected him, saying the people from Latin America have been very important citizens in the U.S., and especially in his state Texas. “I was offended by his remarks,” Perry said. “Listen, Hispanics in America and Hispanics in Texas, from the Alamo to Afghanistan, have been extraordinary people, citizens of our country and of our state. They have served nobly,” he said.
Perry said he would never defend him for that, and that Trump will have to defend his comments by himself. “And to paint with that broad a brush that Donald Trump did is — I mean he’s going to have to defend those remarks. I never will. And I will stand up and say that those are offensive, which they were.” He said.
The real estate mogul Trump announced that he’s on the race for the republican nominee race in which the winner will be running against the winner from Democrats for White House come 2016 general election. It’s seems from the beginning as he announced his plan to run for president 2016, he made a mistake in his speech which could deny him the nomination. A mistake that has already made him lose some business partners like NBC TV dropping his show The Apprentice Celebrity. Trump still has time however, to rebuild his image if he changes his views on immigration.