Under President Trump’s leadership the Latino American community has thrived.
Under President Trump, Latino Americans have experienced record low unemployment.
More than 2.1 million jobs have been created for Latino Americans.
The Latino American unemployment rate is at a historic low of 4.2%.
The median Latino American income rose by $1,786 during President Trump’s first year in office.
In 2017, the median Latino American income hit its highest ever recorded level ($50,486).
Since taking office, the Latino American homeownership rose by more than a percentage point (46.3% to 47.4%).
In addition to the booming economy, President Trump renegotiated freer and fairer trade deals such as the USMCA.
President Trump has stood up to socialism and communism in Venezuela, Cuba, and Nicaragua.
Thanks to pressure from President Trump, 50 countries followed President Trump’s leadership in recognizing Juan Guaidó as the legitimate leader of Venezuela.
The Trump administration has rolled back President Obama’s disastrous rapprochement with Cuba, which only benefited the country’s dictatorship instead of its people.
At the direction of President Trump, the Treasury Department has imposed sanctions against senior officials in the Nicaraguan regime for their role in human rights abuses and undermining democracy.
The President has made it clear that American interests do not align with failed socialist policies.