The future of the United States is linked to the future of Latinos, any candidate to reach the White House is going to have to speak to the Latino community, said Cesar Conde, chairman of NBC Universal International Group and NBC Universal Telemundo Enterprises.
He said, politicians from both sides of the aisle have been taking this message to heart.
The administration’s “Latinos for Trump” campaign launched by Vice President Mike Pence in Miami this week capitalizes on Hispanic votes.
President Donald Trump has been telling Telemundo of his love of Latinos.
Hispanics are the largest ethnic minority in the U.S.
Candidates have patiently listened to the concerns of the voters and focused on solving the migration woes of people with Mexican and Central American heritage.
Language ability is not to be scoffed at, especially in the key battleground of Florida and Miami where seven out of 10 residents are Hispanic.