In Florida: Venezuelans, Cubans and Colombians support Trump re-election

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About two thousand people were focused on a vehicle march this Sunday to support Trump re-election. The caravan departed from Doral Central Park, near Miami, with cars adorned with the American flag, something that also served to honor the victims of September 11.

South Americans support Trump re-election

For about 20 miles, the caravan traveled some main streets to Hialeah, a city with a large presence of Cuban population. The attendees, in fact, were in their entirety Latin American protesters who want the current American representative to remain in the White House.

Venezuelans, Cubans and Colombians were the predominant nationalities which support Trump re-election in this demonstration.

Ariel Martínez, of Cubans4Trump, explained to the media that she had distributed about three thousand new flyers with the route to follow. However, he acknowledged that there were people who failed to join due to the number of people who were encouraged to participate.

“There were even people who didn’t catch up, so imagine how many people came”

Ariel Martínez said.

However, Martinez emphasized that his main goal is to make clear “Trump’s support in South Florida“, despite polls, which give a slight victory to Joe Biden, his democratic opponent.

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