President-elect Donald Trump’s campaign comments about Latinos – from calling them rapists in his announcement speech and promising a wall along the US Southern border – gave Democrats hope that Latino voters would turnout in full force for Hillary Clinton. While she received 65 percent of the Latino vote, those numbers decreased from Barack Obama’s 71 percent percent in 2012. Brent Wilkes, national executive director of the League of United Latin American Citizens, spoke with Soledad to explain the complexity of the Latino vote.

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