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Trump targets Mexico

Friday, February 05, 2016 - 01:38

Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump targets trade, saying Mexico takes advantage of the U.S., while predicting a win with the Hispanic vote in Nevada. Rough Cut (no reporter narration).

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ROUGH CUT (NO REPORTER NARRATION) STORY: Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump targeted trade in an address in Exeter, New Hampshire saying, Mexico takes advantage of the United States, as he predicts a win with the Hispanic vote in Nevada. "We are being decimated by China, by Japan, by every single country that we do business with, and it is never going to change with these politicians," Trump said. "Our country can not continue to lose billions of billions of dollars a year on trade," he said. "Now in Mexico, they get us both on trade and they get us at the border, they get us every way," Trump said. "Mexico makes so much money off of the United States. They do not treat us well. They force people in. They take advantage of us because their leaders are much smarter - much more cunning than our leaders," he said. "I have thousands of people, over the years, thousands of hispanics working for me," Trump said. "In Nevada, a poll just came out Trump is leading with they hispanics. I am leading with the hispanics, I am going to win the Hispanic vote, because I am going to create jobs." "We have leaders that are incompetent, and we are going to end it, and we are going to go back to a fiscally sound (country) -- no listen to this -- with a big beautiful heart."

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Trump targets Mexico

Friday, February 05, 2016 - 01:38