Chris Wallace opened Fox News Sunday today by questioning Mike Pence on whether Donald Trump‘s campaign actually believes that Hispanic Americans are coming out to vote for them.
While Wallace noted that the polls have tightened in the final hours of the 2016 election, he pointed out that Hillary Clinton still has the edge over the real estate mogul. While Pence argued that Trump will succeed in rallying the public against the status quo, Wallace looked at early voting numbers in several states, where it seems that Hispanic people are letting Trump know what they think about the incendiary rhetoric he made throughout the race.
As Pence cited levels of support he’s seen around Miami and other areas, Wallace kept on the topic and asked “you think all those Hispanics are coming out to vote for Trump and not for Clinton? Really?
Pence responded that community leaders from many different straits would stand against Obamacare premium hikes and other aspects of the political order by backing Trump.
Watch above, via Fox.
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