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Why Trump Is Winning Over Hispanics 

WorldNews Monday, 14 September 2020 ()
Why Trump Is Winning Over Hispanics Florida senator Rick Scott has an advanced degree in winning Hispanic voters as a Republican. It has buoyed him in all his races, mostly recently his victory in his 2018 Senate race...
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