“I will revoke the U.S. citizenship of all Puerto Ricans,” says Donald Trump?

War Against All Puerto Ricans: Revolution and Terror in America’s Colony

 

Long before the GOP convention in Cleveland, the U.S. presidential campaign had turned bizarre.

Late in 2015, Rev. Al Sharpton declared that “people from Puerto Rico would all have to go back, if their parents were undocumented.” In other words, Sharpton thought that Puerto Ricans are not inherently U.S. citizens. Luckily for Sharpton, he quickly withdrew his comments.

Then in New York City, while speaking to a group of investment bankers and hedge fund owners, Donald Trump allegedly declared that if elected, he would revoke the U.S. citizenship of all Puerto Ricans because they are “not part of the American race.”

 

Donald Trump to Puerto Ricans: You’re Fired!

 

The speech was reported in multiple news sites, but others doubted their accuracy. In fact, the news sources are questionable…suggestive of a hoax.

Here are five more reports of Donald Trump’s speech:

http://www.elespectador.com/noticias/elmundo/criticas-supuesta-propuesta-de-trump-de-quitar-ciudadan-articulo-581273

http://noticiasprtv.com/senador-reta-seguidores-de-dorald-trump-en-la-isla-para-que-diga-si-eliminara-ciudadania-a-los-puertorriquenos/

http://www.laverdadoculta.com.ar/2015/08/critican-trump-por-proponer-quitar.html

http://www.efe.com/efe/america/politica/criticas-a-la-supuesta-propuesta-de-trump-quitar-ciudadania-los-puertorriquenos/20000035-2695360

http://www.tunoticiapr.com/noticias-internacionales/448031892-Alegan-que-Donald-Trump-quiere-quitarle-la-ciudadan%C3%ADa-americana-a-los-puertorrique%C3%B1os-

The reports were also picked up in this Univision Forum:

http://www.univision.com/noticias/politica/trump-quitaria-la-ciudadania-americana-a-los-residentes-de-puerto-rico

Latino Rebels stated that the speech did not occur:

http://www.latinorebels.com/2015/08/22/the-trumped-up-story-of-trumps-puerto-rico-statement/

Overall, the news sources are questionable.

If the sources are accurate, then Trump is saying that Puerto Ricans can be drafted to die in America’s wars. They can sew dresses in the garment district for 50 years, for less than minimum wage. They can pay 20% to 50% more for U.S. products, that are shoved down their throat on the island. 

They can pay a $72 billion “public debt” to U.S. bankers.

They can cook, wash dishes, and clean Trump’s hotels. 

They can die in Orlando.

But when it comes to “all men are created equal,” Puerto Ricans can forget about it. That part of the Declaration of Independence was not meant for us.

THE MOST DISTURBING THING

But what is most disturbing about this…is not Donald Trump.

The most alarming fact, is that Trump has received strong — and passionate — support from the American public. Newsweek reported that Trump’s numbers swelled from 24 percent to 32 percent: immediately after his comments, whether true or not, were reported.

http://www.newsweek.com/donald-trump-polls-republicans-winnning-365199

And now, Donald Trump is the GOP nominee for president of the US.

All of this leads to one question…what kind of country, what kind of world are we living in? After 118 years of “American dreams” and “American democracy,” after a century of sweating and saving and believing in a better tomorrow…

Is this what many Americans still think of us?

Donald Trump will never be president of the United States. But he is rapidly becoming our national therapist…a deep mirror into the American psyche…where angels and demons and hidden resentments, have been festering for many years.

It is a cynical and dangerous process.

Not even Trump himself, is aware of the fire that he is playing with.

Or how deeply it will burn.

 

For a history of the War Against All Puerto Ricans, read the book…

War Against All Puerto Ricans: Revolution and Terror in America’s ColonyBuy it Now

Si prefiere ver la página web en español por favor visite: http://www.guerracontratodoslospuertorriquenos.com

 

412 Comments on ““I will revoke the U.S. citizenship of all Puerto Ricans,” says Donald Trump?

  1. Shen li Lui,

    I disagree with virtually everything you wrote below, on March 9th.

    But I do agree with one point…

    We have a high opinion of ourselves.

    And we have earned it.

    –Nelson Denis

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  2. You people seem to have a very high opinion of yourselves, if I was in your position I would get all your legislators together and tell them you want to withdraw as a protectorate of the US and that you will in the future support yourselves without any aid of any type. Form your own Army, Air Force, and Navy, develop a form of government, I’m sure a dictatorship would suffice, and most importantly arrange your own self funded, social security type of system and a public assistance system such as there is in the US, known as welfare. Then, you can round up all your compadres and have those that want, leave the US never to return until some kind of immigration agreement is developed between PR and the US. Of course, during this period of international development no US citizens will be allowed to visit or invest in anything PR neither will travel from PR into the US be allowed for any reason. Sound GOOD? Then off you go!

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  3. Tump talk a lot of sh . . .

    On Tue, Feb 28, 2017 at 9:44 AM, WAR AGAINST ALL PUERTO RICANS wrote:

    > Hector Lopez commented: “The Militant (logo) Vol. 80/No. 25 July 11, 2016 > (front page) ‘US colonial exploitation of Puerto Rico has not changed’ BY > SETH GALINSKY UNITED NATIONS — As working people in Puerto Rico are > battered by a deepening crisis, and moves b” >

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  4. So Many Of Our Men Have Died In Us War That We Deserve To Become a State

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  5. I’m Puerto Rican and proud of it. I believe that God is in control. No weapon formed against me shall prosper. My God can and will defend and protect me and my family. So of whom shall I fear? My God will not go against His promises. That’s the true problem. We say we are a Christian nation but turn our eyes and ears away from Our God!! We will all die one day. We will all see God and give account for our actions. Repent accept Jesus as Saviour!! He is Lord above All things!!! Amen He gets All the Glory and Praise!!

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  6. Wow. Does he said that? However, he works for the rich that make him richer.

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  7. I was involved with a peurtirican man whom abused me. I left him. He also stole from me. When I “called him on his shit, he cried racism. Btw, my daughter is half black. Fin bullshit!!!!!!!!

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  8. The United States did not grant Puerto Rico citizenship, it forced on us by th eJones Act of 1917. . Read and you will see. We were not on our knees beging for U.S. citizenship, we refused.The opinion of Puerto Rican was not consulted in 1898 by neither Spain of the U.S. Eversince we have sufered a U.S. tyrany wit a veil of a false democracy. Such political system can not exist in a colony.

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  9. The Militant (logo)
    Vol. 80/No. 25 July 11, 2016

    (front page)
    ‘US colonial exploitation of Puerto Rico has
    not changed’

    BY SETH GALINSKY
    UNITED NATIONS — As working people in Puerto Rico are battered by a deepening crisis, and moves by Washington lay bare its denial of Puerto Rican sovereignty, supporters of independence took their fight to the U.N. Special Committee on Decolonization. Almost all of the nearly 60 people who addressed the annual hearing on the status of the island nation demanded freedom for long-time independence fighter Oscar López, including those opposed to the independence movement.
    In 1950, Washington claimed that Puerto Rico was becoming a “self-governing territory.” But speaker after speaker at the June 20 hearing stated that, in fact, Puerto Rico has never ceased being a U.S. colony.

    “Recent developments leave no room for the illusions, facades and deceits which have prevailed regarding the political status of Puerto Rico,” said Olga Sanabria for the Committee for Puerto Rico at the United Nations. The continued imprisonment of López, she added, symbolizes “the brutal imperial domination the people of Puerto Rico have been subjected to for more than 118 years,” as well as their resistance. (See box on page 6.)

    López called from the federal prison in Terre Haute, Indiana, and spoke with members of the U.N. committee during the hearing. The committee chair announced plans to visit him in prison later this year.

    His daughter Clarisa López told the committee that her father’s “love for equality, justice and independence for Puerto Rico are intact.”

    Many of those testifying referred to two U.S. Supreme Court decisions that highlight the colonial status of Puerto Rico. On June 13 the court ruled that the island’s government is barred from adopting its own bankruptcy laws. The week before the court held that the government of Puerto Rico is not “sovereign” and derives all its power from the U.S. Congress.

    Speakers also denounced a federal bill backed by the Democratic and Republican parties and President Barack Obama that would give control of the finances and budget of the island’s colonial government to a seven-member board appointed by the U.S. president, to ensure that Puerto Rico’s $70 billion public debt is paid on the backs of working people.

    The bondholders and hedge funds want to “use the debt as a guillotine against the rights of our people,” Pedro Irene Maymí, representing the CPT union federation, told the hearing. “It is unpayable.”

    Supporters of the two main colonial parties in Puerto Rico — Gov. Alejandro García Padilla of the ruling Popular Democratic Party, which wants to keep the island as a U.S. “commonwealth,” and Ricardo Rosselló, head of the New Progressive Party, which says it should become the 51st U.S. state — denounced the recent U.S. moves at the hearing.

    Both parties have been fighting for the right of the Puerto Rican government to declare bankruptcy and are chafing at Washington’s arrogance. Their goal is little different from that of the fiscal control board, but they want to ensure a greater say in the “restructuring” of Puerto Rico’s debt by the island’s capitalist class.

    And both parties have been responsible for layoffs of more than 30,000 government workers, cuts in pensions, closing schools, hikes in taxes paid by working people and other measures undertaken to pay the burgeoning debt.

    The Supreme Court decisions and the bill before Congress creating a fiscal board have made it “clear that nothing has changed in the U.S. colonial relation to Puerto Rico,” said Iris Colón Dipini on behalf of the Nationalist Party of Puerto Rico. “Our crisis is deeply rooted in Puerto Rico’s exploitation as a colony.”

    Who owes whom?
    Héctor Pesquera, co-chair of the National Hostosiano Independence Movement, noted that after Washington invaded Puerto Rico in 1898 small farmers were forced to sell their land to U.S. agribusiness.
    “Then they imposed U.S. citizenship on us to recruit our youth for the First World War. Since then we have been cannon fodder for the invading army,” he said. In addition, the U.S. military “caused billons of dollars of damage to the environment and health of the residents of the islands of Culebra and Vieques,” using them as a bombing range for more than six decades until forced out by mass protests.

    Pesquera noted that U.S. companies take billions of dollars of profits out of Puerto Rico every year, while driving small stores and farmers out of business.

    “So who owes whom?” he said.

    Workers the hardest hit
    “Workers have been the hardest hit, we are the ones who have been more harshly weighed down by the consequences” of the crisis, said Irene Maymí. “Hundreds of thousands of our brothers and sisters have lost their jobs, many have been forced to emigrate, principally to the United States, making up what is now the largest migration in our history.”
    “The fight for Puerto Rico’s independence is also in the interests of the vast majority of the people of the United States,” said Alyson Kennedy, Socialist Workers Party candidate for U.S. president. “The people of Puerto Rico and working people in the U.S. have common interests, a common enemy, a common struggle.”

    The crisis in Puerto Rico is opening new opportunities, said Manuel Meléndez Lavandero, speaking for A Call to Action on Puerto Rico, based in New York. “Today there is a people that is beginning to look with curiosity at the possibility of an independent Puerto Rico.”

    The U.N. Special Committee approved by consensus a resolution presented by Cuban Ambassador Humberto Rivero Rosario calling for the General Assembly to schedule a discussion on the status of Puerto Rico and for the committee to facilitate dialogue between Washington and Puerto Rico on self-determination and independence.

    “The people of Puerto Rico continue to be unable to exercise their legitimate right to genuine self-determination,” Rivero said. “Despite U.S. economic, political and social domination, this sister nation has maintained its deep-rooted and unwavering vocation for independence,” a cause always supported by revolutionary Cuba.

    The U.N. testimony capped a weekend of activity that began with a meeting to back the fight for independence of more than 200 at the 1199SEIU union hall in New York, organized by A Call to Action on Puerto Rico.

    Several of the speakers at the hearing joined a late afternoon protest outside the United Nations calling for freedom for Oscar López as part of an international day of action.

    Related articles:
    ‘Independence for Puerto Rico is in interest of workers in US’
    Who is Oscar López Rivera?

    Front page (for this issue) | Home | Text-version home

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  10. Puerto Ricans have been granted U.S. citizenship since 1917. But the Commonwealth is still an unincorporated territory.

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  11. Puerto Rico is a part of the United States they dont need a green card to come here not stay here duh!! You don’t even need a pass port to go there smh

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  12. It is none of Trump’s business to take anyone’s citizenship away from anyone, once they’ve sworn in to become an American. This bastard started a war on US soul for threats like this. I don’t even give a flying fuck if he’s American himself. If he wants to make trouble, he’s trouble himself and alone in this. American born people need to stop causing shit, what a load of filth some are for this kind of thing it’s racial. STOP mocking people that’s wrong, grow the hell up!

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  13. What trump wants to do is destroy everything. He does not care for anyone. What we have now is another Hitler my God another naci

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  14. He was just talking up his (A Hole) in order to get the Hateful white Vote, He Needs the low wage earners to clean his Bathroom, Kitchen and pick up his and his wife undies’s.

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  15. Can Donald trump revoke the citzenship of Puerto rican. How about if your parents were born in Puerto Rico but you were born in new york.

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  16. On March 2, 1917, the Jones–Shafroth Act was signed, collectively making Puerto Ricans United States citizens without rescinding their Puerto Rican citizenship. In 1922, the U.S. Supreme court in the case of Balzac v. Porto Rico ruled that the full protection and rights of the U.S constitution do not apply to residents of Puerto Rico until they come to reside in the United States proper. Luis Muñoz Rivera, who participated in the creation of the Jones-Shafroth Act, gave a speech in the U.S. House floor that argued in favor of Puerto Rican citizenship. He declared that “if the earth were to swallow the island, Puerto Ricans would prefer American citizenship to any citizenship in the world. But as long as the island existed, the residents preferred Puerto Rican citizenship.”[20] The Jones Act allowed locals to renounce the United States citizenship and remain exclusively Puerto Rican citizens, at the cost of being stripped of the right to vote.[21] Despite these arbitrary limitations, 287 residents completed the process to forfeit the statutory recognition.[21]

    In 1952, upon U.S. Congress approving the Constitution of the Commonwealth of Puerto Rico, also reaffirmed that Puerto Rican citizenship continued in full force. This was further reaffirmed in 2006 while the U.S. Senate probed into the President’s Task Force on Puerto Rico’s status.[22] In 1953, U.S Ambassador Henry Cabot Lodge Jr., in a memorandum sent to the United Nations, recognized that “the people of Puerto Rico continue to be citizens of the United States as well as of Puerto Rico.”[5]

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  17. EXCUSSE ME!! WE DID NOT ASK FOR THE USA CITIZEN SHIP@@ THEY GAVE IT TO US!! THANK YOU! I GUESS THAT HE CAN’T READ!!

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  18. “Donald trump will never be president of the United States ” you say? Uh oh!

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  19. OMG!!! I can’t believe what I’m reading. Puertoricans died in american”‘s war because they believed in our freedom as persons and people’s right. I hope that all Americans won’t feel the same.

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  20. This man is disgusting! His face make me sick to my stomach.

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  21. Donald Trump is an ignorant. Let’s build a wall and keep this clown away from the rest and whoever wants to join him, be my guest.
    It makes me sick that actually a person like this is running to be the person who will represent our Country. Ashamed, embarrassed.

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  22. He seriously can’t be that stupid…is what I say and then something else stupid pops up…

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  23. His wife is also undocumented, She would have to leave Also.

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  24. This is for Lisa and people like her who think so stupidly Puerto Ricans are American citizen and have fought and every war since World War 1 and have died and been prisoners of War because of this. Puerto Ricans are not given an easy street that came to this country and open the door to your people and all the people that came after for your information if you don’t like it here go back home and see how better off you will be. I’m a first-generation American citizen born here in United States but my parents and grandparents and great great grandparents were born under the American flag and Puerto Rico for your information the Puerto Rican flag was not allowed to fly back then there so many idiots in this world and you’re one of them.

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  25. I am Puerto Ricon and I don’t belive this crap that the left wing Latinos are trying to make us believe, but the devil is busy at work my advice to all Latinos is don’t believe the hype.
    We are just as much Americans as anyone else in America, and no one can change that , Amen.

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  26. The fake news story didn’t garner much attention when it was originally published, but it was eventually picked up by several Spanish-language web sites, which then reported it as real news.

    While these web sites cited a “South American newspaper,” all of the information they reported originated on The Adobo Chronicles, which is openly fake or satire:CLAIM: Donald Trump said that he would revoke U.S. citizenship from all Puerto Ricans if elected president.FALSE……Noticias Falsas
    A fake news article was treated as real by several Spanish-language web sites, but the story originated from a satire site.
    Dan Evon
    Dan Evon
    Updated: Feb 26, 2016
    THE ADOBO CHRONICLES is your source of up-to-date, unbelievable news. Everything you read on this site is based on fact, except for the lies.

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  27. this for lisa and all who think like lisa from Haiti Puerto rican’s have die in American wars have your people die in American war a big noooooooooooo wow you are really are smart read before you speak.
    21st century campaigns

    SPC. Frances M. Vega, (U.S. Army)
    SPC. Frances M. Vega, (U.S. Army)

    In the military campaigns of Afghanistan and Iraq, in what the United States and its allies refer to as the War on Terrorism, among those that have perished are the first three Puerto Rican women to die in a foreign combat zone. They are Specialist Frances M. Vega, Specialist Lizbeth Robles and Specialist Aleina Ramirez Gonzalez. On November 2, 2003, Specialist Frances M. Vega became the first female Puerto Rican soldier born in the United States to die in a war zone. A ground-to-air missile fired by insurgents in Fallujah hit the Chinook transport helicopter Vega was in; she was one of 16 soldiers who lost their lives in the crash that followed. On March 1, 2005 Specialist Lizbeth Robles became the first female Puerto Rican soldier born on the island to die in Iraq when her Humvee was involved in an accident. As of May 2004, there were 1,800 Puerto Rican soldiers stationed in Iraq, Kuwait, Afghanistan and Bosnia and Herzegovina.

    Over 1,225 Puerto Ricans have died while serving for the United States. The names of those who perished in combat are inscribed in “El Monumento de la Recordacion” (Monument of Remembrance), which was unveiled on May 19, 1996 and is situated in front of the Capitol Building in San Juan, Puerto Rico.

    General William W. Harris was quoted in the Puerto Rico Herald as saying, “No ethnic group has greater pride in itself and its heritage then the Puerto Rican people. Nor have I encountered any that can be more dedicated and zealous in support of the democratic principles for which the United States stands. Many Puerto Ricans have fought to the death to uphold them”.
    World War I

    Upon the outbreak of World War I, the U.S. Congress approved the Jones-Shafroth Act, which granted Puerto Ricans citizenship. As a result, many Puerto Ricans, with the exception of women, became eligible for the military draft. On May 3, 1917, the Regiment recruited 1,969 men. The 295th and 296 Infantry Regiments were created in Puerto Rico. The first shot of World War I by the U.S. was fired in Puerto Rico by a Puerto Rican serving in the U.S. Army, Lieutenant Teofilo Marxuach. Lt. Marxuach was officer of the day at El Morro Castle, at the entrance to San Juan Bay, when war was declared. An armed supply ship for German submarines in the Atlantic, the Odenwald, tried to force its way out of the bay. Lieutenant Marxuach opened fire from the walls of the fortress and forced the ship to return to port and be interned.

    On May 17, 1917, the Porto Rico Regiment of Infantry was sent to guard the Panama Canal in defense of the Panama Canal Zone.

    By 1918, the Army realized that there was a shortage of physicians specializing in anesthesia, a low salary specialty required in the military operating rooms. Therefore, the Army reluctantly began hiring women physicians as civilian contract employees. The first Puerto Rican woman doctor to serve in the Army under contract was Dr. Dolores Piňero from San Juan. She was assigned to the San Juan base hospital where she worked as an anesthesiologist during the mornings and in the laboratory during the afternoons.

    In New York, many Puerto Ricans joined the 396th Infantry Regiment which was mostly composed of Afro-Americans. They were not allowed to fight alongside their white counterparts; however, they were permitted to fight as members of a French unit in French uniforms. They fought along the Western Front in France, and their reputation earned them the nickname of “the Harlem Hell Fighters” by the Germans. Among them was Rafael Hernandez, considered by many as Puerto Rico’s greatest composer. The 396th was awarded French Croix De Guerre for battlefield gallantry by the President of France. The Porto Rico Regiment returned to Puerto Rico on March 1919 and was renamed the 65th Infantry Regiment under the Reorganization Act of June 4, 1920.

    The need for a Puerto Rican National Guard unit became apparent to Major General Luis R. Esteves, who had served as instructor of Puerto Rican Officers for the Porto Rico Regiment of Infantry at Camp Las Casas in Puerto Rico. His request was met with the approval of the government and Puerto Rican Legislature. In 1919, the first regiment of the Puerto Rican National Guard was formed, and General Luis R. Esteves became the first official Commandant of the Puerto Rican National Guard.

    Puerto Rico suffered greatly during the Great Depression of the 1930s, and many Puerto Ricans moved to the East Coast of the United States looking for jobs and a better way of life. On the island, the unemployment rate continued to rise and many Puerto Ricans who were unable to find a job looked to the Armed Forces of the United States as a source of employment. Not only were they paid better than at the few other available jobs, but they were also guaranteed three meals a day, clothing, and shelter.

    World War II

    World War II was the first conflict in which women, other than nurses, were allowed to serve in the U.S. Armed Forces. However, when the United States entered World War II, Puerto Rican nurses volunteered for service but were not accepted into the Army or Navy Nurse Corps. As a result, many of the island’s women work force migrated to the mainland U.S. to work in the factories which produced military equipment. In 1944, the Army Nurse Corps decided to actively recruit Puerto Rican nurses so that Army hospitals would not have to deal with the language barriers. Among them was Second Lieutenant Carmen Dumler, who became one of the first Puerto Rican female military officers.

    The 149th Women’s Army Auxiliary Corps (WAAC) Post Headquarters Company was the first WAAC Company to go overseas, setting sail from New York Harbour for Europe on January 1943. The unit arrived in Northern Africa on January 27, 1943 and rendered overseas duties in Algiers within General Dwight D. Eisenhower’s theatre headquarters. Tech4 Carmen Contreras-Bozak, a member of this unit, was the first Hispanic to serve in the U.S. Women’s Army Corps as an interpreter and in numerous administrative positions.

    Lieutenant Maria Rodriguez Denton (U.S. Navy), born in Guanica, Puerto Rico, was the first known woman of Puerto Rican descent who became an officer in the United States Navy as member of the WAVES. It was Lt. Denton who forwarded the news (through channels) to President Harry S. Truman that the war had ended.

    Lt. Gen. Pedro del Valle, (USMC)

    Enlarge Lt. Gen. Pedro del Valle, (USMC)
    The 65th Infantry, after an extensive training program in 1942, was sent to Panama to protect the Pacific and the Atlantic sides of the isthmus in 1943. In 1944, the regiment was sent to North Africa, arriving at Casablanca, where they underwent further training. By April 29, 1944, the Regiment had landed in Italy and moved on to Corsica. On September 22, 1944, the 65th Infantry landed in France and was committed to action on the Maritime Alps at Peira Cava. There were 47 battle casualties with Sergeant Angel Martinez, from the town of Sabana Grande, being the first Puerto Rican to be killed in action from the 65th Infantry. On April 20, the 65th overran a sub-camp of the Flossenburg Concentration Camp. On March 18, 1945, the regiment was sent to the District of Mannheim and assigned to military occupation duties. In all, the 65th Infantry participated in the battles of Naples-Fogis, Rome-Arno, central Europe and of the Rhineland. On October 27, 1945, the regiment sailed from France, arriving at Puerto Rico on November 9, 1945. The regiment suffered a total of 23 soldiers killed in action. Other Puerto Ricans who played an important role during the war were Admiral Horacio Rivero, who was to become the highest ranking Hispanic in the history of the U.S. Navy, provided artillery cover for the Marines landing on Guadalcanal, Marshall Islands, and Okinawa. Lieutenant General Pedro del Valle, the first Hispanic Marine Corps general, who played a key role in the Guadalcanal Campaign and the Battle of Guam, became the Commanding General of the First Marine Division. Del Valle played an instrumental role in the defeat of the Japanese forces in Okinawa and was in charge of the reorganization of Okinawa.

    Revolt against the United States

    During the mid-1940s, various pro-independence groups, such as the Puerto Rican Independence Party, which believed in gaining the island’s independence through the electoral process, and the Puerto Rican Nationalist Party, which believed in the concept of armed revolution, existed in Puerto Rico. On October 30, 1950 the nationalists, under the leadership of Dr. Pedro Albizu Campos staged uprisings in the towns of Ponce, Mayagüez, Naranjito, Arecibo, Utuado, San Juan and Jayuya.

    Blanca Canales, nationalist leader of the Grito de Jayuya

    Enlarge Blanca Canales, nationalist leader of the Grito de Jayuya
    The most notable of these occurred in Jayuya in what became known as El Grito de Jayuya (Jayuya Uprising). Nationalist leader Blanca Canales led the armed nationalists into the town and attacked the police station. A small battle with the police occurred; one officer was killed and three others were wounded before the rest dropped their weapons and surrendered. The nationalists cut the telephone lines and burned the post office. Canales led the group into the town square where the illegal light blue version of the Puerto Rican Flag was raised. In the town square, Canales gave a speech and declared Puerto Rico a free Republic. The town was held by the nationalists for three days.

    The United States declared martial law in Puerto Rico and sent the Puerto Rico National Guard to attack Jayuya. The town was attacked by U.S. bomber planes and ground artillery. Even though part of the town was destroyed, news of this military action was prevented from spreading outside of Puerto Rico. It was called an incident between Puerto Ricans. The top leaders of the nationalist party, including Albizu Campos and Blanca Canales, were arrested and sent to jail to serve long prison terms.

    Griselio Torresola, Albizu Campos’s boyguard, was in the United States at the time of the Jayuya Uprising. Together with fellow nationalist Oscar Collazo, he decided to assassinate President Harry S. Truman. On November 1, 1950, they attacked the Blair House where Torresola and a policeman, Leslie Coffelt, lost their lives. Oscar Collazo was arrested and sentenced to death. His sentence was later commuted to life imprisonment by President Truman and he eventually received a presidential pardon.

    Cold War (1947-1991) and it goes on while you are home eating a pizza they are fighting to keep u safe and America safe

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  28. World War I

    Upon the outbreak of World War I, the U.S. Congress approved the Jones-Shafroth Act, which granted Puerto Ricans citizenship. As a result, many Puerto Ricans, with the exception of women, became eligible for the military draft. On May 3, 1917, the Regiment recruited 1,969 men. The 295th and 296 Infantry Regiments were created in Puerto Rico. The first shot of World War I by the U.S. was fired in Puerto Rico by a Puerto Rican serving in the U.S. Army, Lieutenant Teofilo Marxuach. Lt. Marxuach was officer of the day at El Morro Castle, at the entrance to San Juan Bay, when war was declared. An armed supply ship for German submarines in the Atlantic, the Odenwald, tried to force its way out of the bay. Lieutenant Marxuach opened fire from the walls of the fortress and forced the ship to return to port and be interned.

    On May 17, 1917, the Porto Rico Regiment of Infantry was sent to guard the Panama Canal in defense of the Panama Canal Zone.

    By 1918, the Army realized that there was a shortage of physicians specializing in anesthesia, a low salary specialty required in the military operating rooms. Therefore, the Army reluctantly began hiring women physicians as civilian contract employees. The first Puerto Rican woman doctor to serve in the Army under contract was Dr. Dolores Piňero from San Juan. She was assigned to the San Juan base hospital where she worked as an anesthesiologist during the mornings and in the laboratory during the afternoons.

    In New York, many Puerto Ricans joined the 396th Infantry Regiment which was mostly composed of Afro-Americans. They were not allowed to fight alongside their white counterparts; however, they were permitted to fight as members of a French unit in French uniforms. They fought along the Western Front in France, and their reputation earned them the nickname of “the Harlem Hell Fighters” by the Germans. Among them was Rafael Hernandez, considered by many as Puerto Rico’s greatest composer. The 396th was awarded French Croix De Guerre for battlefield gallantry by the President of France. The Porto Rico Regiment returned to Puerto Rico on March 1919 and was renamed the 65th Infantry Regiment under the Reorganization Act of June 4, 1920.

    The need for a Puerto Rican National Guard unit became apparent to Major General Luis R. Esteves, who had served as instructor of Puerto Rican Officers for the Porto Rico Regiment of Infantry at Camp Las Casas in Puerto Rico. His request was met with the approval of the government and Puerto Rican Legislature. In 1919, the first regiment of the Puerto Rican National Guard was formed, and General Luis R. Esteves became the first official Commandant of the Puerto Rican National Guard.

    Puerto Rico suffered greatly during the Great Depression of the 1930s, and many Puerto Ricans moved to the East Coast of the United States looking for jobs and a better way of life. On the island, the unemployment rate continued to rise and many Puerto Ricans who were unable to find a job looked to the Armed Forces of the United States as a source of employment. Not only were they paid better than at the few other available jobs, but they were also guaranteed three meals a day, clothing, and shelter.

    World War II

    World War II was the first conflict in which women, other than nurses, were allowed to serve in the U.S. Armed Forces. However, when the United States entered World War II, Puerto Rican nurses volunteered for service but were not accepted into the Army or Navy Nurse Corps. As a result, many of the island’s women work force migrated to the mainland U.S. to work in the factories which produced military equipment. In 1944, the Army Nurse Corps decided to actively recruit Puerto Rican nurses so that Army hospitals would not have to deal with the language barriers. Among them was Second Lieutenant Carmen Dumler, who became one of the first Puerto Rican female military officers.

    The 149th Women’s Army Auxiliary Corps (WAAC) Post Headquarters Company was the first WAAC Company to go overseas, setting sail from New York Harbour for Europe on January 1943. The unit arrived in Northern Africa on January 27, 1943 and rendered overseas duties in Algiers within General Dwight D. Eisenhower’s theatre headquarters. Tech4 Carmen Contreras-Bozak, a member of this unit, was the first Hispanic to serve in the U.S. Women’s Army Corps as an interpreter and in numerous administrative positions.

    Lieutenant Maria Rodriguez Denton (U.S. Navy), born in Guanica, Puerto Rico, was the first known woman of Puerto Rican descent who became an officer in the United States Navy as member of the WAVES. It was Lt. Denton who forwarded the news (through channels) to President Harry S. Truman that the war had ended.

    Lt. Gen. Pedro del Valle, (USMC)

    Enlarge Lt. Gen. Pedro del Valle, (USMC)
    The 65th Infantry, after an extensive training program in 1942, was sent to Panama to protect the Pacific and the Atlantic sides of the isthmus in 1943. In 1944, the regiment was sent to North Africa, arriving at Casablanca, where they underwent further training. By April 29, 1944, the Regiment had landed in Italy and moved on to Corsica. On September 22, 1944, the 65th Infantry landed in France and was committed to action on the Maritime Alps at Peira Cava. There were 47 battle casualties with Sergeant Angel Martinez, from the town of Sabana Grande, being the first Puerto Rican to be killed in action from the 65th Infantry. On April 20, the 65th overran a sub-camp of the Flossenburg Concentration Camp. On March 18, 1945, the regiment was sent to the District of Mannheim and assigned to military occupation duties. In all, the 65th Infantry participated in the battles of Naples-Fogis, Rome-Arno, central Europe and of the Rhineland. On October 27, 1945, the regiment sailed from France, arriving at Puerto Rico on November 9, 1945. The regiment suffered a total of 23 soldiers killed in action. Other Puerto Ricans who played an important role during the war were Admiral Horacio Rivero, who was to become the highest ranking Hispanic in the history of the U.S. Navy, provided artillery cover for the Marines landing on Guadalcanal, Marshall Islands, and Okinawa. Lieutenant General Pedro del Valle, the first Hispanic Marine Corps general, who played a key role in the Guadalcanal Campaign and the Battle of Guam, became the Commanding General of the First Marine Division. Del Valle played an instrumental role in the defeat of the Japanese forces in Okinawa and was in charge of the reorganization of Okinawa.

    Revolt against the United States

    During the mid-1940s, various pro-independence groups, such as the Puerto Rican Independence Party, which believed in gaining the island’s independence through the electoral process, and the Puerto Rican Nationalist Party, which believed in the concept of armed revolution, existed in Puerto Rico. On October 30, 1950 the nationalists, under the leadership of Dr. Pedro Albizu Campos staged uprisings in the towns of Ponce, Mayagüez, Naranjito, Arecibo, Utuado, San Juan and Jayuya.

    Blanca Canales, nationalist leader of the Grito de Jayuya

    Enlarge Blanca Canales, nationalist leader of the Grito de Jayuya
    The most notable of these occurred in Jayuya in what became known as El Grito de Jayuya (Jayuya Uprising). Nationalist leader Blanca Canales led the armed nationalists into the town and attacked the police station. A small battle with the police occurred; one officer was killed and three others were wounded before the rest dropped their weapons and surrendered. The nationalists cut the telephone lines and burned the post office. Canales led the group into the town square where the illegal light blue version of the Puerto Rican Flag was raised. In the town square, Canales gave a speech and declared Puerto Rico a free Republic. The town was held by the nationalists for three days.

    The United States declared martial law in Puerto Rico and sent the Puerto Rico National Guard to attack Jayuya. The town was attacked by U.S. bomber planes and ground artillery. Even though part of the town was destroyed, news of this military action was prevented from spreading outside of Puerto Rico. It was called an incident between Puerto Ricans. The top leaders of the nationalist party, including Albizu Campos and Blanca Canales, were arrested and sent to jail to serve long prison terms.

    Griselio Torresola, Albizu Campos’s boyguard, was in the United States at the time of the Jayuya Uprising. Together with fellow nationalist Oscar Collazo, he decided to assassinate President Harry S. Truman. On November 1, 1950, they attacked the Blair House where Torresola and a policeman, Leslie Coffelt, lost their lives. Oscar Collazo was arrested and sentenced to death. His sentence was later commuted to life imprisonment by President Truman and he eventually received a presidential pardon.

    Cold War (1947-1991)

    After World War II a geopolitical, ideological, and economic struggle emerged between the United States and the Soviet Union which included their respective allies. This struggle was popularly named the Cold War because open hostilities never occurred between the main parties involved. The so-called “war” involved a nuclear and conventional weapons arms race, networks of military alliances, economic warfare and trade embargos, propaganda, espionage, and proxy wars. The Cuban Missile Crisis of 1962 was the most important direct confrontation. The Korean and Vietnam War were among the major civil wars polarized along Cold War lines.

    The USS Cochino incident

    The USS Cochino (SS-345), was a Gato-class submarine under the command of Rafael Celestino Benitez. On August 12, 1949, the Cochino, along with the USS Tusk, departed from the harbour of Portsmouth, England. Both diesel submarines were supposed to be on a cold-water training mission, however, according to “Blind Man’s Bluff: The Untold Story of American Submarine Espionage,” the submarines were part of an American intelligence operation. They had snorkels that allowed them to spend long periods underwater, largely invisible to an enemy, and they carried electronic gear designed to detect far-off radio signals. The mission of the Cochino and the Tusk was to eavesdrop on communications that revealed the testing of submarine-launched Soviet missiles that might soon carry nuclear warheads. Thus, making this the first American undersea spy missions of the cold war.

    The mission was cut short when one the Cochino’s 4,000-pound batteries caught fire. Commander Benitez directed the firefighting, trying both to save the ship and his crew from the toxic gases. The crew members of the Tusk rescued all except one Cochino crew member and convinced Commander Benitez, who was the last man on the Cochino, to board the Tusk. The Cochino sank off the coast of Norway two minutes after Benitez’s departure. Benitez retired as a Rear Admiral from the Navy in 1957.

    The Korean War

    Company “C” of the 65th Infantry on patrol

    Enlarge Company “C” of the 65th Infantry on patrol
    Sixty-one thousand Puerto Ricans served in the Korean War, including 18,000 Puerto Ricans who enlisted in the continental United States. Puerto Ricans distinguished themselves as part of the 65th Infantry Division receiving many awards and recognitions; however, they were also involved in the largest court martial of the Korean War.

    On August 26, 1950, the 65th Infantry departed from Puerto Rico and arrived in Pusan, Korea on September 23, 1950. It was during the long sea voyage that the 65th Infantry was nicknamed the “Borinqueneers”. The name is a combination of the words “Borinquen” (the Taíno name for Puerto Rico) and “Buccaneers”. The men of the 65th were the first infantrymen to meet the enemy on the battle fields of Korea. Among the hardships suffered by the Puerto Ricans was the lack of warm clothing during the cold, harsh winters. The enemy made many attempts to encircle the Regiment, but each time they failed because of the many casualties inflicted by the 65th. On December 1950, the U.S. Marines found themselves at the Chosin Reservoir area. In June 1951, The 65th was part of a task force which enabled the Marines to withdraw from the Hauack-on Reservoir. When the Marines were encircled by the Chinese Communist troops close to the Manchurian border, the 65th rushed to their defense. As a consequence, the Marines were able to return safely to their ships.

    Among the battles and operations in which the 65th participated was the Operation “Killer” of January 1951, becoming the first Regiment to cross the Han River. On April 1951, the Regiment participated in the Uijonber Corridor drives and on June 1951, the 65th was the third Regiment to cross the Han Ton River. The 65th was the Regiment that took and held Cherwon and they were also instrumental in breaking the “Iron Triangle” of Hill 717 on July 1951. On November 1951, the Regiment fought off an attack by two Regimental size enemy units, with success. Colonel Juan Cesar Cordero Davila was named commander of 65th Infantry on February 8, 1952, thus becoming one of the highest ranking ethnic officers in the Army. On July 3, 1952, the Regiment defended the MLR for 47 days and saw action at Cognac, King and Queen with successful attacks on Chinese positions. On October the Regiment also saw action in the Cherwon Sector and on Iron Horse, Hill 391, whose lower part was called “Jackson Heights”. On September 1952, the 65th Infantry was holding on to a hill known as “Outpost Kelly”. Chinese Communist forces that had joined the North Koreans overran the hill in what became known as the Battle for Outpost Kelly. Twice the 65th Regiment was overwhelmed by Chinese artillery and driven off.

    In June 1953, the 2nd Battalion conducted a series of successful raids on Hill 412 and in November, the Regiment successfully counterattacked enemy units in the Numsong Valley and held their positions until the truce signing between all parts involved.

    Mass court-martial and post-war recognitions

    Col. Cordero Davila was relieved of his command by Col. Chester B. DeGavre, a West Point graduate and a “continental” officer from the mainland United States and the officer staff of the 65th was replaced with non-Hispanic officers. DeGavre ordered that the unit stop calling itself the Borinqueneers, cut their special rations of rice and beans, ordered the men to shave off their mustaches and had ome of them wear signs that read “I am a coward”. It is believed that as a result of this humiliation, combat exhuastion, and the language barrier where factors that influenced some of the men of Company L of the 65th in their refusal to continue to fight.

    In December 1954, 162 Puerto Ricans of the 65th Infantry were arrested, 95 were court martialed, and 91 were found guilty and sentenced to prison terms ranging from 1 to 18 years of hard labor. It was the largest mass court martial of the Korean War. The Secretary of the Army Robert Stevens moved quickly to remit the sentences and granted clemency and pardons to all those involved. Though the men who were court martialed were pardoned, there is currently a campaign for a formal exoneration.

    An Army report released in 2001 blamed the breakdown of the 65th on the following factors: a shortage of officers and noncommissioned officers, a rotation policy that removed combat-experienced leaders and soldiers, tactics that led to high casualties, an ammunition shortage, communication problems between largely white, English-speaking officers and Spanish-speaking Puerto Rican enlisted men, and declining morale. The report also found bias in the prosecution of the Puerto Ricans, citing instances of continental soldiers who were not charged after refusing to fight in similar circumstances, before and after Jackson Heights.

    The 65th Infantry was credited with battle participation in nine campaigns. Among the distinctions awarded to the members of the 65th were 10 Distinguished Service Cross, 256 Silver Star Medals and 595 Bronze Star Medals. According to “El Nuevo Día Newspaper, 30 May 2004” a total of 756 Puerto Ricans lost their lives in Korea, from all four branches of the U.S. Armed Forces. More then half of these were from the 65th Infantry (This is without including non-Puerto Ricans). The 65th Infantry returned to Puerto Rico and was deactivated in 1956. However, Brig. General Juan Cordero, Puerto Rico’s Adjutant General, persuaded the Department of the Army to transfer the 65th Infantry from the regular Army to the Puerto Rican National Guard. This was the only unit ever transferred from active component Army to the Army Guard.

    Among the Puerto Ricans from the regiment who distinguished themselves are:Brigadier General Antonio Rodriguez Balinas (awarded two Silver Stars), Colonel Carlos Betances Ramirez (only Puerto Rican officer to command an infantry batallion), Master Sergeant Pedro Rodriguez (awarded two Silver Stars), and Staff Sergeant Modesto Cartagena (the most decorated Hispanic in history). Other Puerto Ricans who distinguished themselves were: Private First Class Fernando Luis Garcia, who became the first Puerto Rican recipient of the Medal of Honour when he covered a grenade with his body, saving the lives of his fellow Marines, and Major General Salvador E. Felices who flew in 19 combat bombing missions over North Korea.

    Cuban Missile Crisis

    Admiral Horacio Rivero, Jr., (U.S. Navy)

    Enlarge Admiral Horacio Rivero, Jr., (U.S. Navy)
    The Cuban Missile Crisis was a tense confrontation between the Soviet Union and the United States over the Soviet deployment of nuclear missiles in Cuba. On October 22, 1962, Admiral Horacio Rivero was the commander of the American fleet sent by President John F. Kennedy to set up a quarantine (blockade) of the Soviet ships. On October 28, Soviet Premier Nikita Khrushchev ordered the removal of the Soviet missiles in Cuba, and Kennedy ordered an end of the quarantine of Cuba on November 20, bringing an end to the crisis. Admiral Rivero later served as U.S. Ambassador to Spain (1972–75).

    Vietnam War

    Sp4c. Hector Santiago-Colón (U.S. Army)

    Enlarge Sp4c. Hector Santiago-Colón (U.S. Army)
    During the Vietnam War, an estimated 48,000 Puerto Ricans served in the four branches of the armed forces. Of the 345 Puerto Ricans who died in combat, 17 were Missing in Action (MIA), and of these, PFC. Humberto Acosta-Rosario is the only one whose body has never been recovered and is currently still listed as MIA. Four Puerto Ricans—Spc4 Hector Santiago-Colon, Captain Euripedes Rubio, PFC Carlos Lozada and Captain Humbert Roque Versace—were awarded the Medal of Honour, the highest United States military decoration. Other Puerto Ricans who served in Vietnam and had distinguished military careers include: Major General Salvador E. Felices, Rear Admiral Diego E. Hernandez, Colonel Hector Andres Negroni and Brigadier General Ruben A. Cubero who in 1991 became the first person of Hispanic heritage to be named Dean of Faculty of the United States Air Force Academy.

    Two Puerto Ricans who served in Vietnam currently hold positions in the Administration of President George W. Bush. They are Dr. Richard Carmona, a former Green Beret who was awarded two Purple Heart Medals and was appointed Surgeon General in March 2002, and Major General William A. Navas Jr., who was awarded the Bronze Star Medal and was named Assistant Secretary of the Navy in June 6, 2001.

    Operation El Dorado Canyon

    On April 14, 1986, in response to acts of terrorism sponsored by Libyan leader Muammar al-Qaddafi—in particular, the Berlin disco bombing of April 6—and against the backdrop of heightened tension and clashes between the Libyan and U.S. Navies over Libya’s disputed territorial water claims in the Gulf of Sidra, the United States launched a surprise attack on key facilities in Tripoli and other parts of Libya. The attack was code-named Operation El Dorado Canyon.

    With the acquiescence of the British government, 24 U.S. Air Force F-111F fighter-bombers took off from U.S. air bases in England. Attacking in the pre-dawn hours of April 15, their main objectives were 22 airfields, terrorist training camps, and other military installations. Captain Fernando L. Ribas-Dominicci was one of the pilots who participated in the Libyan air raid. His F-111 was shot down over the disputed Gulf of Sidra off the Libyan coast. Ribas-Dominicci and his weapons systems officer, Captain Paul F. Lorence, were the only U.S. casualties. Al-Qaddafi, who was also personally targeted, escaped harm, but his daughter was killed.

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    Gulf War and Operation Restore Hope

    Captain Manuel Rivera Jr., (USMC)
    Captain Manuel Rivera Jr., (USMC)

    In 1990, 1,700 Puerto Rican National Guardsmen were among the 20,000 Hispanics deployed to the Persian Gulf in Operations Desert Shield and Desert Storm as part of the Gulf War. Four Puerto Ricans lost their lives, including Captain Manuel Rivera of the Marine Corps, a Puerto Rican from the South Bronx, who on January 22, 1991 became the first soldier to be killed in Operation Desert Shield. Rivera was killed during a support mission over the Persian Gulf. On January 30, 1991, the U.S. House of Representatives paid tribute to Rivera.

    Operation Restore Hope was an American military operation with the support of the United Nations that was formed to deliver humanitarian aid and restore order to the African nation of Somalia, which was suffering from a severe famine, anarchy, and domination by a number of warlords following the collapse of Siad Barre’s Marxist government and the outbreak of the Somalian Civil War. On January 30, 1993, Private First Class Domingo Arroyo Jr., a Marine from Puerto Rico, became the first of the 44 American soldiers killed during the operation. He was ambushed in Mogadishu, the capital of Somalia, by Somali warlords.

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  29. Well that’s too bad it’s a hoax. I was hoping it’s real. Usa favorite Puerto ricans get too much favoritism compare to other minorities. My country like haiti we are smarter and speak English better but we cannot get jobs puerto ricans don’t have to speak English and they are working everywhere that’s totally wrong! Also in Miami I don’t need Cubans to tell me I cannot work because I don’t speak Spanish that is SHIT! The Spanish speaking got to go to hell please trump do something!!!!!

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  30. This is the sad time in my life. I ask everyone. Did Jehovah create the human race and animal. I am confuse. So sad.

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  32. Donald give the the price that my home is wealth and I will say IDIO’S only if you also tell CONGRESS to Give Puerto Rico their Independence.

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  34. This news report was a hoax arranged on the web by Trumps enemies and was rejected by his campaign. Please don’t believe everything you read, especially on the web. Happy trails.

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  35. This country would never be the same our only hope is The Second Coming of Jesus Christ. Our Lord Our King.

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  36. Boricua 100%:
    People have to realize that wether Trump gets into the white house or not the fire has been ignited. The racist community has risen and the scary thing is most of them are uneducated ignorant people. Even if Hillary Clinton won the presidency because Trump has brought back to life Racism all these people will make it impossible for latino americans to lead normal, and peacefull lives. May God bless us all.

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  37. “ANTILLANA”
    “CITIZEN OF BORINQUEN’

    -Urayoan Was Here-

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  38. THIS IS MY OPINIONHE IS LOCA AND HE WILL NEVER BE IN COMMAND OF THIS COUNTRY OR ANY COUNTRIES.
    HE LIVES IN A FANTASY MIND. AND HE DOES NOT UNDERSTANT THE CONTITUTION LAW AND THE RIGHT.
    ESTA LOCA OTRA LUNATICO TAMBIEN SON CONSIDERADOAS ANTICRISTOS.
    A FACT ITS GOING GET WROST JUST LIKE NOW.
    PLEARSE HELP HIM GOD.

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  39. To me it’s a way to find out who and how many people are racist in this country? I tell people in their face , if they support Trump they are racist . And Trump may or may not be racist , but he s definitely playing his part in this political circus bullshit , so if the census bureau counted how many people are racist in this country and in which states they live in, all they have to do is take a count of all the Trump supporters !@

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  40. Frank Thune apparently you haven’t been informed properly Congress has ignore once again the statehood admission bill HR 727 that was introduced two years ago but Congress did not care once again, the gringos don’t want us. Puerto Rico had it’s chance in becoming a state when the economy was doing well but that window of opportunity past them by. Besides the Government Accountability office for Congress in Washington DC has a 85 page document indicating that statehood will be to costly for the US taxpayers and the common people on the island http://www.gao gov Get with the program Cub Scout sovereignty is the ideal solution in which it will gives us the global powers for us to get out of this mess..

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  41. Well he can say that but he can’t do it by himself. There’s is a Congress you know. But he is absolutely right we he express that we do not share the same cultural values. We are very different. At least PR there is no motto expresing “e pluribus unum” one out of many. But instead of building a wall to keep us out of USA, (as he said in these days that we Puerto Ricans are the worst Mexicans! and yes we are the worst Mexicans since we are not Mexicans) with giving us the independence will suffice to keep us busy building our contract and us cheaper than the darn wall. You see he is not that good with numbers as he said he is.

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    Presidential Candidate Donald Trump made a statement on Puerto Rico’s status recently:

    There are 3.7 million American citizens living in Puerto Rico. As citizens, they should be entitled to determine for themselves their political status. I am firmly committed to the process where Puerto Ricans might resolve their status according to Constitutional and Congressional protocols. I believe the people of Puerto Rico deserve a process of status self-determination that gives them a fair and unambiguous choice on this matter. As president I will do my part to insure that Congress follows the Constitution. The will of the Puerto Rican people in any status referendum should be considered as Congress follows through on any desired change in status for Puerto Rico, including statehood.

    In other words, like many in Washington, Trump is saying that Puerto Rico should get to choose which status the Island should have.

    This sounds good, but for a couple of things.

    First, Puerto Rico already chose statehood. There is also another referendum coming up, one which was funded by the federal government and which should take place in 2016.

    So a statement favoring a process that lets Puerto Rico choose their status, that Congress should follow the Constitution, and that the results of status votes should be considered really just states the obvious. This statement does not say, “If the people vote again for statehood, as President I will call on Congress to pass a statehood admission act, and sign if it it is passed on terms that serve the U.S. national interest.”

    61% of the people who chose a status opted for statehood in the 2012 referendum. This is a clear majority. An additional vote to confirm this result is planned. Presidential candidates should be ready to demand action on the part of Congress in response to the upcoming plebiscite. Mr. Trump is not known to be a fence-straddling politician so a statement like this one seems out of character. If he means a majority vote “should be considered” and that the future status options should “include statehood,” does that mean he would be noncomittal about continuing the status quo instead of actively supporting statehood?

    Tell the candidate you support that you care about Puerto Rico’s status, and that you want a real answer on the question.

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    Saul Lugaro
    January 14th, 2016
    I believe The US is waiting till 75% of Puerto Ricans vote for statehood, they should define what is meant by Commonwealth Status.

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    Silver Bullet
    May 2nd, 2016
    Actually, 52% of Puerto Ricans voted to NOT be part of the states… and only 45% voted for statehood, if you count the people who left it blank on the ballot. Let’s be accurate with the facts.

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    pr51st
    May 2nd, 2016
    We respectfully disagree. Leaving a question blank doesn’t constitute a vote. But if we look at the actual numbers, we see that 959,136 people voted against the current territorial status on the first question (53.99%) and 817,241 voted for it, so the territorial status lost. 824,238 (61.10%) voted for statehood on the second question. There were 480,916 voters who did not answer the second question. Even if we imagine that all the people who left the second question blank were voting for Enhanced Commonwealth (and there is no evidence for this), statehood is still the majority position. If we pretend that the second question was statehood yes or no and add the blank votes, the independence votes, and the associated state votes together to get a majority anti-statehood position — well, that’s not what was on the ballot and not what people voted for. The upcoming federally sponsored referendum might be an up or down statehood vote, and then we’d be able to say with confidence how many voted against statehood. For 2012, all we can really say is that the majority voted for statehood among the possible status options in question 2.

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    Jeff
    May 4th, 2016
    How idiotic. Puerto Rico will never be a State. People like you are utter scoundrels with no reasoning. As if the average American gives a damn about PR. They ruin PR, dismiss previous plebiscites, propagate specious arguments, and then they want the one nonbinding, defective, plebiscite, in which they happened to win, to be considered sacrosanct hahaha.

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    Frank
    May 9th, 2016
    Very classy Jeff… Typical.

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    Margie
    June 22nd, 2016
    Is beneficial if Perto Rican from the island vote for statehood But with a condition not elect the same people’s or there family’s from the past governors who’s bring down the economy and our Island the way is it right now broke!!!!!!!

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    e j vitasek
    May 5th, 2016
    61% of the people who chose a status opted for statehood in the 2012 referendum. But this is NOT a clear majority OF the votes cast.
    Many people deliberately abstained. Tell the truth. Those that voted for statehood DID NOT reflect a,majority if the,votes,cast.
    YOU ARE USING STATISTICS MALICIOUSLY. YOU ARE MISLEADING PEOPLE.

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    Edward D. Quinn
    May 15th, 2016
    GBU_777

    Thank You PR51st. You are totally right. PPl what are we thinking?

    https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Puerto_Rican_status_referendum._2012

    We Puerto Ricans have to get this right once and for all.
    We have to be hot or cold but “not” in between.
    If you wish to be with God and the Devil at same time definitively you will be puked!

    In our present times Status_Quo has no place in US politics. Neither in Congress. You will be disrespected!
    You will get no were!. For the last 60+ years we have not defined our political status.
    The situation with congress has been good enough to let us burn time and efforts and to get this far.
    Don’t waste time or effort positioning too get puked. It will be over. Looks like sooner than later.
    Spain mishandled us for 400+years.
    There was never significant progress as individuals due to the fact that they didn’t gave us relevant oportunity.
    and finally ? … they didn’t fight for us and gave us away! Yes. Look at the Paris Treaty. We were treated as POSh.
    We are US citizens or independent 100% until we get it right. Dummy. It is up to us and not the Congress.
    The congress is right. Think about it. As a Country the politics are more important that all the wars put together.
    Remember we are are not in the heavens. Expect this to be no better than past history until We decide what to do.
    God Bless us. –

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    The Presidential Nominees on Puerto Rico Statehood – Puerto Rico 51st May 16th, 2016
    […] also has not spoken clearly in support of statehood for Puerto Rico. He made a campaign statement in which he said, “As president I will do my part to insure that Congress follows the […]

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    IndependenciaConCapitalismo
    June 1st, 2016
    Independence with trade agreements and capitalist free market is only way we can actually be successful and not leach off the the US

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    Freddy Concepcion
    June 7th, 2016
    If Puerto Ricans decide not to join the Union then it should go independent, but don’t blame America after the Socialist take over and ruin the Island like they did in Cuba, Venezuela and Peru. I am ok with the Island going idependent but remember like the Philippines and Cuba anyone born after the independence will not be an American Citizen and it is sure a whole lot farther from Puerto Rico to the USA than Cuba. We are blessed to be part of the greatest Nation in the world not perfect but the best. 51st State will guarantee that we remain a free people able to move and live in any State of the Union of our choice. Independence will give us a seat in the most corrupt organization in the world the UN. Puerto Rico will be a voiceless Nation in that Corruptocrat organization. I wish them good Luck with that..

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  43. How do you start the process of renouncing your American citizenship? I am disgusted to be an American Citizen now and forever!!!

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  44. I thought I would never lice to say this but, THE U.S. IS THEE WORST NATION IN THE ENTIRE WORLD! I HAVE FILED TO RENOUNCE MY CITIZENSHIP!! I HATE THIS NATION THAT BADLY!!!

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  45. I love all nationalities, but some PRs I’ve meet are idiots. Even an elder PR tells me that younger ones feEl entitled and are useless.

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  46. Wow what a douchbag. For this idiot to win he needed the hispanic community, and to revoked citizenship from Puertoricans would take and act of the congress. About not having a strategic military base in the caribbean, thats a big mistake. you do need a base for strategic purposes and having the upper hand in the military. Trump is playing a very dangerous game when it becomes to race and culture.

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  47. When someone like Trump comes along, the America people should react with “NO TRUMP HAS TO GO” but it’s not which proves how racist America still is. I want to invite you to watch I trailer that will how you look at bullying.

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  48. There is no such thing as a strategic US base left in Puerto Rico. At different times in the 20th century, the U.S. had about 25 military or naval installations in Puerto Rico, some very small ones,[2] as well as large installations. The largest of these installations were the former Roosevelt Roads Naval Station in Ceiba, the Roosevelt Roads Naval Station, and the Atlantic Fleet Weapons Training Facility (AFWTF) on Vieques (all now closed), the National Guard training facility at Camp Santiago in Salinas, Fort Allen in Juana Diaz, the Army’s Fort Buchanan in San Juan, the former U.S. Air Force Ramey Air Force Base in Aguadilla, and the Puerto Rico Air National Guard at Muñiz Air Force base in San Juan.[3]

    The former U.S. Navy facilities at Roosevelt Roads, Vieques, and Sabana Seca have been deactivated and partially turned over to the local government. Other than U.S. Coast Guard and Puerto Rico National Guard facilities, there are only two remaining military installations in Puerto Rico, the U.S. Army’s small Ft. Buchanan (supporting local veterans and reserve units) and the PRANG(Puerto Rico Air National Guard) Muñiz Air Base (the C-130 Fleet). In recent years, the U.S. Congress has considered their deactivations, but these have been opposed by diverse public and private entities in Puerto Rico – such as retired military who rely on Ft. Buchanan for the services available there.

    There is no Panama Canal to strategically protect Canal has been turned over to Panama. Daily US flights to Cuba will start this fall….CONGRESS HAS ACTUALLY WANTED TO DEACTIVATE WHAT IS LEFT but some public and private entities in PUERTO RICO have objected. Do some research before you start commenting on things…there is no STRATEGIC value to bases in PUERTO RICO. Even in this country the US will reduce the military by 300,000 personnel in the near future. Rapid deployment teams are the new thing.

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  49. WTF? The one thing this ignorant bastard hasn’t realized and wants to lead our nation is the strategic military bases the US has and needs on the island of PR. Or what??? You going to move them to Cuba next you idiot? Fuck….. this guy is a joke! US is not there or granted Puerto Ricans citizenship simply because they love us…. Nig&&%% please!!!! …. Is a win-win you idiot. I like to see what congress, the house and especially the arm forces leaders are going to tell you when you try this.

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  50. I wasn’t sure before but I’m more than sure now this poor excuse for human being has lost his ever loving mind… That is if he ever had one

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  51. I do not want this draft-dodger moron become President and much less Commander-in-Chief of the Armed Forces.

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  52. Nonsense; all Puerto Rican born people are citizens or natural born citizens Their parents were Americans since 1903. It doesn’t get more American than that in today’s equation. Facts cannot be revoked.

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  53. Others here have stated what i will state so here it goes: the huge debt that PR has is a carpet bagging ploy. The USA will make PR sell itself for debt forgiveness so the USA can then come in as an imperialist and make a huge profit off of PR. It will rent PR to Puerto Ricans. This is history repeating itself.

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  54. Let’s make one thing clear, Puerto Ricans didn’t create the problems on the island, it was the super rich like Trump that came in, made promises, stole the land with the help of the US Government, started building golf courses and then stopped the work and caused unemployment to rise. Outsiders that forced us to take products we didn’t need, bought out the sugar plantations then closed them so they could import cheaper sugar from other countries. Trump can say alal he wants but Puerto Ricans will always be US Citizens.

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  55. This is so sad, smh Trump is trying to do to much. Trump wants to get rid of every nationality but whites, sorry not trying to sound racist, but Trymp is trying to take us back to the slavery days.

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  56. Why can’t Puerto Ricans stay in Puerto Rico they’re the ones that screwed the place up now they want to come here to Florida and mess this place up the same way as they did there why can’t they just reap what you sow and lie in the bed you made and all that I mean seriously it’s ridiculous I was born here and can’t even get a job because I’m not bilingual what’s the deal why can’t Puerto Ricans learn English then what’s really sad is my good Puerto Rican friends agree with me the Puerto Ricans from the island should stay there I got news for then we don’t have any more room here we’re overrun already… Common Sense people

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  57. First of all, Puerto Rico is NOT a commonwealth, it’s a COLONY as admitted by the Supreme Court. And also ILLEGAL under international law. I’m not a Drumpf supporter but he didn’t say this but I wouldn’t put it past him to say something like this given the opportunity.

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  58. As a former military bronx new york rican…Donald Trump will never be president ..of the US.i have faith that Hillary will do the right thing. All these singers actors Marc Anthony ,Pitbull should all get together. And protest this bigit….what a discrace a rich guy like this …meanwhile iam sure he visited Puerto Rico more than once..i am glad my mom isnt here to this this discraceful remark.For God and Country…thjs guy needs to loose the election. Think about it..how many people think like him.

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  59. People, don’t be blind for there is nothing worse than the blind that doesn’t want to see. Before you pay attention to the comments of an idiot that is uneducated in congressional protocols, learn how the system works. Inform yourself of the process of citizenship revocation and what it would take for one President to be able to revoke 8,000,000 + citizenships, trust me, it’s as impossible to attain as Trump being able to become a decent person. No Congress will vote to revoke citizenship from the amount of voters Puertorricans represent in this country, it’s not good politics and it’s an act no government will want to be involved in being a part of. Be realistic and inform yourself before taking stupid comments to heart, the impact of a statement should be derived from the source it proceeds and Trump is not a credible source nor a respected one. By the way, I’m a Puertorrican living in Puerto Rico and I know the truth. Like Marc Anthony said in Madison Square Garden earlier this year; “Fuck Donald Trump!!!”

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  60. This kind of story is going to get Trump elected. It is the same thing that happened with Bill Clinton. People started making up such unbelievable crap, that people started assuming that the real things he did were made up as well. A statement like this would be the lead story and on the front page of every media outlet if it were true.

    The key to defeating Trump is to belittle him based upon his actual statements and actions, not violent protests based upon lies and half-truths.

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  61. Donold trump ain’t gonna do shit ain’t no one going any beside him I’m pr and was born hear and pr is part of the U.S. Bitch so let see how ur plan work you big ass bitch talk all that shot you want see if all goes your way pussy

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  62. OMG! Please so call Society!!!! Please read up on your history!!!! Puerto Rico is part of the US! Commonwealth !!! They don’t need Visas or passports!!! Come on. Know your history!!!! They are US Citizens!!!!!

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  63. “trump” is a prejudice European son of immigrants and married to European immigrant; who is he to talk? Puerto Rican’s has served in the US Armed Forces in the defense of their nation and in return Puertorican’s are exploited by paying more Island import and export taxes, federal taxes, etc. We don’t need the USA as the USA needed us and now wants to turn their back on the Island. We can be an independent Island with the benefits of tourism and be able to take part of the fair trade. We are a proud race and that’s what the citizens of the USA lack. “Trump” interest is power with the Presidency, he does not cares about the USA; he will use his position to sell the USA and make profit for his interest! But Congress is the one to blame if Congress the Senate follow the Presidents demands. There goes the USA. The world is watching at United States politics and are laughing. “Trump” cannot be elected President he is not qualified!

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  64. This retarded (especially how I have to state I’m puerto rican before my argument) all of this alleged with no facts backing this up except for hear say and rumor. It especially saddens me that my own mother has fallen victim to the retardation of my own people. Get some real evidence like a video of all the evil things trump has done besides citing he wants to build a wall or keep out immigrants which is supposed to help america. Americans need to think about themselves before any other country and since all I’ve ever known was america I will continue to support the candidate with american interests in mind

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  65. Anyone can write cap about anything and because it’s on the Internet it’s true. Wake up people. You are your own worse enemy.

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  66. I’m Puerto Rican and I was born raised in Brooklyn, NY. My mother was born in Puerto Rico. I believe that racism is still alive, white American just tolerate hispanics. But never truly saw us as Americans, even though Puerto Rico is a common wealth of United States.

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  67. I’m puertorican that lives in new Hampshire and have been clear my whole life that I am. I have never had a eye batted at me. I get joked on but who doesn’t. Racism is planted to scare and manipulate by media and government for money and popularity.

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  68. to all you uncle tom dick riders donald chump aiint do shit for pr. stop lyin
    he is a racist he dont like blacks or latinos. he and evil white america have plans to earase black and brown from this country witch belongs to the mexicans native american indians and my black brothers and sisters. chump is not a person of God or whites for that matter. he is evil .but sooner or later hes gonna have to deal with Jesus!! we are his chosen its in the in the real Bible .which is the Hebrew Bible!! not your bible which was made to manipulate the minds of the slaves of making them think that the Lord said that they must obey and bow down to the white race. chump whants to be the ruler of us .wake up and fight the power or end up 6ftdeep we are now thee majority and there fuckin scared. black and brown must unite strong!! or we’l be drowning in quick sand. The Lord says its our time. times up white america..

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  69. Wow ! What a lie! You are being played by the estabishment. Trump is a outsider looking in. How come you didnt hear this on the news? Do you know why? Its a lie. Trump will sue if they put this lie on tv. I happen to be sufing the internet and found this crap. Trump have been givng jobs to Puerto Ricans for years. He has Puerto Ricans working for him. My relative was one of them. There is so much garbage said about him. The establishment is spending millions to bring this man down. Why? Because he is not one of them. Do you think for one minute i would vote for a racist. He is not racist. He is a man who cares for this country. He wants to bring jobs and protect this country iis there something wrong with that? Are you doing better than seven years ago? I am not. Keep voting for more taxes, more welfare , more drugs freedom, less freedom , they treat you like naive children. They want to control you. They want power over you by promising free stuff .Nothing is free. Someone is paying for it and its you the people that work hard that are paying for it.Keep believing that this country is doing better. All the good jobs are leaving this country and the other jobs that are staying are taken from people who are not American citizens. Their countries have laws that you cannot work there or own land. Why can we protect ourselves. What is wrong with Americans first in America? Every country put their citizens first why not us? Trump 2016

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  70. PR FAM AND ALL/FRIENDS DID Y’ALL HERE ABOUT WHAT THIS WANNA BE AZZ HOLE PRESIDENT IS SAYING!!! WITH THAT BEING SAID. WE ALL MUST DO WHAT WE HAVE TO DO TO KEEP THAT EVIL AZZ RACIST IDIOT AWAY FROM THE WHITE/ BLACK HOUSE!!! WHO’S WITH MEEEEEEE!!! COLOR/NATIONALITY ONLY MATTERS TO THIS IDIOT TRUMP!!!!

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  71. Trump is reviled by the vast majority of Americans. Please don’t lump us all into some racist group. Then you’re no better than Trump.

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  72. I know Donald Trump will not treat Puerto Ricans that way period!!! He knows Puerto Rico is not it’s own country and that for many years Puerto Ricans have been coming in and going back to and from Puerto Rico to US aND are making lives in both places. He already knows they are US citizens from Puerto Rico and US to Puerto Rico. I’m For Trump! And many Spanish Puerto Rican Like him and want to see him in office, while some are scared not knowing what hid intentions are. Well his intentions Everyone, is not to hate anyone but like and treat each American citizen from all nationalities that are legal, to be treated equal. Remember this when you read false claims about trump and racial remarks of Hispanics and blacks, etc… Because even white folks aren’t all as American as people claim us be. We have different blood lines running through out blood and they range from many origins such as, Italian, Irish, Scottish, Germens, and the list goes on.. So don’t worry about trump hating Puerto Ricans or any Persons living. He only wants to keep America safe and legal.

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  73. Donald Chump you are just like Hanoi Jane. You should select her to be your running mate but not in this country. You do not belong here. You are an idiot. You punked out of Vietnam. You don’t belong.You are not an AMERICAN. You talk about a wall yet the Mexicans helped to build the Chump towers.

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  74. Tell Al Sharpton we are as much of a citizen as he is if he checked his back ground where did his ancestors come from and hiself? So don’t point any fingers and zip it where did you think you came from that you were exempt from all of this?

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  75. Mr. Sharpton there is no such thing as an undocumented Puerto Rican… Trumps so called comment about Puerto Ricans is an unconfirmed story from south America to univision. They don’t want people to vote for Trump…. Why????

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  76. U.S. Code › Title 8 › Chapter 12 › Subchapter III ›Part I › § 1402

    8 U.S. Code § 1402 – Persons born in Puerto Rico on or after April 11, 1899

    Current through Pub. L. 114-38. (See Public Laws for the current Congress.)

    US CodeAuthorities (CFR)

    All persons born in Puerto Rico on or afterApril 11, 1899, and prior to January 13, 1941, subject to the jurisdiction of the United States, residing on January 13, 1941, in Puerto Rico or other territory over which the United States exercises rights of sovereignty and not citizens of the United States under any other Act, are declared to be citizens of the United States as of January 13, 1941. All persons born in Puerto Rico on or afterJanuary 13, 1941, and subject to the jurisdiction of the United States, are citizens of the United States at birth.

    (June 27, 1952, ch. 477, title III, ch. 1, § 302,66 Stat. 236.)

     

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  77. I would really like to know if this allegation by Trump can be confirmed

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  78. I’ve Read time and time again you need a passport to travel to Puerto Rico. False! I’m from Puerto Rico and I travel often to my beautiful island using only my drivers license. We are a commonwealth

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  79. He needs to say that to his wife. she’s not a U.S. citizen from United States she’s the one that has to have a passport visa to enter the United States

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  80. Idk what y’all got against but yall easing with the wrong race tbh we are born American citizens u cannot do what u please with us👌

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  81. People stop being so dumb… educate yourselves before you open mouths.
    I can’t stop laughing. .. with all prejudiced comments. You minis well move back to where your ancestors came from. BECAUSE PUERTORICANS ARE HERE TO STAY. WE ARE BORN CITIZENS. ..

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  82. It doesn’t matter what Trump or anyone else said about Puerto Rico citizenship. Obviously they are not educated enough about the history of Puerto Rico. Makes me laugh so hard ….

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  83. You are misinformed. You do not need a passport to travel to PR I do it all the time without a passport and you are also sooo wrong PR’s do not travel or come to the US with a VISA. I do it all the time. Puerto Ricans were granted citizenship back in 1917. You really should check the facts.

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  84. Puerto Rico is not part of the US. We “watch” over the island but it is an unincorporated annex. They are still a separate entity…you still need a passport to go there. The citizens of PR can come here with a temp,visa…but most of them who come here…stay illegally. Thats what Trump is refering to.

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  85. donald chump aint going no where . america owes african americans and mexicans for building this country. and they owe us puerto ricans for the korean war because white america are bitches. they stoled our sugar aka domino sugar our rum ect.God says times up . our time.blacks and latinos will rule this world
    we are gods chosen .white folks are fading as humans for being evil. carma is a bad thing. Latinos stand the fuck up where too deep for these crackers. they dont want it. its called in fear of black and brown planet. Que viva Puerto rico bitches!!

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  86. Go into allentown Pennsylvania or reading. Two of the worst small cities in Pennsylvania. Both mostly puerto rican. Most all on wellfare or sell drugs. Then have the nerve to put the puerto rican flag all over. In their window sills. In their cars. You see this disgusting flag all over these run down cities. Almost as their rubbing it in on white people. Saying look it’s us that’s making your small cities turn into shit. Hearing this about trump turns me into a supporter of his. It’s disgusting to see that flag everywhere. Trump2016!

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  87. WHY HE WILL BECOME A PRESIDENT OF AMERICA TO DO IT??!?!?!? HE WILL NOT SO IF HE HAS AN CHILDREN LET HIM PLAY WITH THEM!!!!!!!! AND SAID HE WILL KICK MUSLIMS ALSO FROM THE COUNTRY INCLUDING THE INDIANS AND PAKISTANIS HE CALLED THEM STUPID!!!!!!!! AND FOR SURE HE DON’T LOVE BLACK PEOPLE ON MY HEAD!!!!!!!!!!!

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  88. This country…all talk about it black are being pick on my everyone. What the hell is going on with the Puerto Rican, and all the other Latin American who also live in the country. We are good to go to war but went it come to a fair change…the country look the other way.

    But that we are here to stay, whether you like it or not.

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  89. Don’t make sense,…… It’s the European Americans that Do Not inheritly belong here, not tribal peoples…… So another words, they Do Not want to pay their Obligations to the Native Americans,… Again,..!

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  90. Hawiiens are then not Americsns either, nor are
    Alaskans, or people born in Amricas Islands to the south East of the contiguous 48, and how about the Polynesians on Islands to the South/West. and how about all the emigrants froum Europe not part of the Families associated with those who landed at Plymouth Rock. The only “Americans” turn out to be the
    natives of the continent named “America” by the Explorer “Amerigo Vespuci” from Florence Italy, later becoming a Spanish citizen.
    Lets get real “Trump & Sharpton” neither of you qualify as Americans either. Think about how uninformed and stupid boyh of you are, it is Amazing how many air heads go into politics and business.

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  91. This is the stupidest thing I have ever read. Idiots they can’t revoke iyr citizenship because under the common wealth amendment citizenship could never be revoked to those born under the USA Citizenship. Even if the island becomes independent. So even though I don’t agree on Trumps ideas , to all Ricandaly don’t believe this story.

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  92. Fun fact, in case it was forgotten.
    Puerto Rico is a providence of the United States and had been for several years.
    If you or anyone else believes that Trump will take away the citizenship of a million plus citizens, you’re sadly mistaken.
    Trump can’t target a certain race and say hey, you’re going to make less and work harder for your money. It’s 2016, we all clearly understand racism but the Congress won’t stand for it.

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  93. donald trump te cagastes cuando estabas dando el discurso q te iban a atacar por detras y por poco te cagas en los pantalones como vas a parar a los boricuas y al isis???? estas loko viejo cabron

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  95. Do you people really believe what Al Sharpton.This guy is a big divider.Look at what he has done to black people.People use common sense.Think about it real good.Thats a political lie.People neede to wake up and condem this kind of attacks on any politician,especially from someone that hasn’t done anything for his people.He is part of the political establishment that opresses the middle class.

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  96. The Jones-Shafroth Act made Puerto Rico a U.S. territory and Puerto Ricans were granted statutory citizenship, meaning that citizenship was granted by an act of Congress and not by the Constitution (thus it was not guaranteed by the Constitution). So only Congress can remove their citizenship. But I doubt Trump said this. Just the usual rumor-mongering statements made by groups who want to divide instead of unite.

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  97. Ok People Read, R E A D I N G IS Fundamental!!! Trump says a lot of crazy Sh*T and he may well have said this too, but this article post is about something he allegedly said back in August 2015…that’s over 6 months ago. I feel confident that if he did ever say such a thing some responsible, respectable journalist such as Jorge Ramos, and or HuffPost LatinoVoices would have elevated this comment to national focus. “Lets all make American “sane again” and not add to the madness of Trump by doing what he does which is put out bad, false,unsubstantiated or fact checked information. We cannot become like what we disapprove of in him…let’s elevate the dialogue and make sure that all who can vote, do in fact vote. And even after voting we must each stay civicaly engaged to hold Hillary or Bernie’s feet to the fire for the delivery of promises made in the campaign mode.

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  98. IF MR. SHARPTON SAID THAT ……………… I LOOSE WHATEVER RESPECT I HAD FOR HIM AND HE’S JUST AS NARRROW MINDED AS STUMP, AND ALL WHO ARE ENTERTAINING HIS ANTICS … SAD OF THE GRADE OF STUPIDITY OF SOME PEOPLE !!!!

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  99. You all talking as if it is a done deal already. You have the power in your hands it’s called voting. You just have to make sure every Latino in you family votes him out of our lives. He cannot take the voting right away from us. Not voting is voting for him so in November go out there and carry your sick puerto rican Abu Eli to vote if you have to. Remember purto.rican rico has more educated college students than any other island or state.. we speak two languages sometimes more. We can be strong if we stick together
    Go out and vote let’s humiliate this
    Sorry ass of a human being

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  100. Hey people don’t you see this is a fake , ” You can not believe anybody words especially when they have Agenda ! They claim he says it but never show the proof or the video! Then if you will see @ the bottom you will see that the author said (*NOTE: The web site Latino Rebels reviewed the sources of Trump’s commentary. In their view, Trump did not make the statement. A link to the Latino Rebels article appears above.) We Puerto Ricans need to wake up and realize that it is these Tyrant/Criminal Washington Elites who have destroyed ” The Economy in Puerto Rico to the point where we Bankrupt, meanwhile The Banking Elite continue to get welthier !! Donald Trump wants to ship jobs into the U.S. and Puerto Rico ,and stop these Socialist programs !

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  102. Don’t vote for Trump or buy his jeans.

    He is mean, rude, and a bully. We don’t need that in a US president, or in a world leader.

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  103. Este tumposito lo que le pica es la canoa, que nos pague la deuda que tiene con el BANCO GUBERNAMENTAL DE FOMENTO ECONOMICO, y se deje de trampitas de bancarota..

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  104. The only thing donald trump needs to revoked is himself from running for president donald trump what makes you think you can become the leader of the united States if you can’t get along with no one if you want a job that travels around the world like the president does go apply for the circus they need a lot of clows like you to make the kids laugh

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  105. As much as I dislike Sharpton, that was NOT his point!! Show the entire video SMFH what you’re doing is reporting what you want people to believe by only showing the part that benefits your agenda!! The statement doesn’t even make sense to a nincompoop like Sharpton lmao Puerto Ricans became US Citizens in 1917 that’s 99 years ago!! BTW don’t you think it’s time to change your name to something more productive and try to spread less hate? What war?

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  106. He can have mine. It was imposed on me, I didn’t ask for it. I can’t even renounce it. Who’d want to be a citizen of a country that doesn’t like you and is ruled by racist bigots like Trump.

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  107. I don’t believe AL SHARPTON said this, unless he was reporting on a topic or a statement made by someone else.

    ______________________________________________________________________

    Unfortunately Michael, you can go on YouTube and see for yourself. Here is the clip:

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  108. its simple as this. donald chump and white america are in panic mode. carma is a bad thing bra !! there afraid nervous and desperate. its called in fear of a brown planet. there fading as humans check the records. in spanish its called cas ti gos!! peace love health happiness equality for the sick and the poor is wat we need. in the name of our Lord Savior Jesus Christ. Amen!! Que viva puerto rico.

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  109. People, my fellow Puerto Ricans, please, he has no power to do that, be for real. In 1898, following the Spanish–American War, Spain ceded the island to the United States under the terms of the Treaty of Paris. Puerto Ricans are natural-born citizens of the United States. The revoking of our Citizenship can NOT be done just like that even if Puerto Rico became independent it would have to go through Congress and voted by the people.

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  110. Hahah, This made my night… They said: “we need a president with balls, to make America great again! And give it back to the rightfull people!” I didn’t know that Trump was Native American…. This much ignorance from some of you it’s amusing! Make sure you all go out and vote! It’s start with one race and it creates a precedent and then it triggers down… just look back on history and remember a man named Hitler!

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  111. What is his problem with us Puerto Rican people we have to pay taxes and insurance so why is he talking shit about us he better not even ask for the Puerto Rican too vote because that can be very bad for him and we are part of the United States are money is the same and we are not independent island NO A TRUMP NOS VAS A SER DANO BRUTAL

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  112. This is the epitome of blatant Republican discrimination and hate.
    This is the party of hate.

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  113. Liberal BS!!!! It could not be done by any president, since is a constitutional act, so this report form,top to bottom is BS!!!!

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  114. He might not have said it but you can bet he will carry it out if he is president

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  115. Revoke first your wife Us citizenship !! And make an appointment with your psichiatrist !!

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  116. Trump Can **** my **** . ! 🙂😊✌🏼️ Nobody Likes You Like Shut Up . Your The Most Lame White Man On Earth . 💯 . Sooo SKERTTTT Nobody wants You Here So Go Back Where You Came From . 💀✌🏼️

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  117. this guys a clown he should deport himself and his immigrant wife , this is America land of the home and the free .I don’t care what ethnicity you are b proud for we are all AMERICANS!!!! dump the trump!!!!

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  118. Donald you are an idiot ….need uneducated moron …monkeys are better educated then you are ….WOW ypu poor excuse for a human being and you have nothing but idiots following your campaign…. GOD HELP US ALL!!!

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  119. Donald duck .your a racist white dirty man and for what im concern your can suck my puertorican black ass i wish all the indians. African and our Own decendentes we all Puerto Ricans are with love and mixed cultures and if you dont like us u can burry your white snow ass into the ground

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  120. STUPID dumb racist white redneck,nazi white supremacy, dont you know there is NO american race, the only true americans are the native indians,,and you canot revoke american citizenship to Puerto Rico..OMG how can anyone
    be so fucking stupid its hard to believe..

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  121. Wow it gets worse and worse every day. I don’t know or have the words to express my thoughts and feelings. God help us please.

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  122. We could only be so lucky to have a Puerto Rico governed by it’s own people – We could only be so lucky to control our own economy, have spanish as the national language, control what our children learn, control our resources, save our environment from the destruction of american corporations and not be tried twice for the same crime. Like Feliberto Ojeda Rios, who was found innocent by courts in Puerto Rico but then the USA said, “HELL NO.” he must be tried again in the USA. Then found guilty after he was proven innocent. Oh! and the FBI invaded the island of Puerto Rico and murdered him in his own house and he was unarmed. So YA Trump Let Puerto Ricans finally have their home back. But you can’t purchase it OK

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  123. Este Donald esta pero que bien mal orientado……..El control del. Dinero Está dis que en sus manos…y cree que X tal razón controla una humanidad…Le explico sencillo..SOLO DIOS…tiene Todo el Poder…y debajo de ese cielo.pasa lo que EL permite.Todo tiene su tiempo….q bueno llegó El momento de orar a Dios X usted…Dios ten misericordia de los gobernantes. ..y limpia sus mentes y corazones. .y endereza lo torcido..amén. ……

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  124. Here’s a joke for you. Everyone born on the american continent is in fact American. Puerto Ricans natives have been on the american continent for thousands of years. Which makes us more americans than Donald the toupee Trump. We should really consider revoking his citizenship and sending him back to the savage european tribe his ancestors originated from. The ones we should get rid of is the Europeans like Donald Trump, who only knows how to rob and steal from everyone else. White europeans only know how to steal from humanity. They are the worlds virus. They will be all our down fall.

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  125. I am amazed that so many have commented on such a silly topic that cannot be true, other than as a mere joke [satire]. Some of the things Trump says are taken out of context [like the Mexican illegals being all thieves and rapists] but it can be said by definition that any who come illegally are certainly criminals. I have not lived in Mexico but have traveled there and from what I see of drivers in PR, the Mexicans are probably more law abiding. As for hard working, If the cargo/shipping docs here were closed for a week, the Island would starve because the proud Caballeros here are Americanos, simply too good to do any manual labor [which they gladly leave that to illegal Dominicans].
    As for citizenship, I wish all the hotheaded Ricans who like to wake the dead in the middle of the night with their obnoxious noise, while racing through parking lots and running over old ladies, ignoring laws [and lawful debts] would pack up and move to Florida, where they can fight for turf with their “Latino” bros at the Copa Cabana. Then we will see who the real Latin Kings are. But be sure to leave the old ones behind, since they still remember a bit of manners, probably taught them by Spanish monks, many years ago, and yes the gringos who then stole the land from them, fair and square.
    As far as independence talk goes, PR would soon fall into anarchy [it’s almost there now] and probably civil war so, please do not bite the U.S. hand that may feed you [or at least all the unwed mothers with a litter of Americano ninos].

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  126. donald trump is afraid like the other white devils there in fear of a brown planet . and it will happen. he can defeat the poor but he cant defeat jesus . end of story.its latino time in the name of the jesus. the king the ruler our father . mr. donald chump is already deafeted as a human he cant face the truth. you cant earse 400 years of slavery the white devils wanna forget but god doesnt. Que Viva Puerto Rico .

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  127. I hate Donald trump. Like seriously why is he going against Mexicans he’s just being race’s like fr!!!!!!!!!

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  128. This in not true, this never happened and this is just the media planting fear in the mind of the ignorant. Read and learn. Although he may not be everybody’s favorite, he did not say that he was going to take away our citizenship, it is a lie.

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  129. donald chump keep playin’ with ricans. its gonna be a big pice to pay. chump in fear of a brown planet. the revolution won’t be televised. and same goes for that house boy al sharpton.

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  130. This shows how racism is still around and deep seated.Also means the same for Blacks,Asian,or people of color.Also ignorant people we have to deal with in this world.The only true American is the Native American.So Mr.Trump could go back to Europe.

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  131. oh please you actually think this is serious the F.B.I and congress wouldn’t let that happen you guys need to grow up

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  132. we need a president with balls, i am a veteran us army , my brother was an MP in army,sent to veitnam died fro agent orange, he was an escort for us great president JFK and my commander in chief . i served in germany THE COLD WAR NIKE MISSILES, AND JFK WAS A GREAT COMMANDER IN CHIEF , WE NEED A PRESIDENT WILL REAL BALLS, TRUMP HAS REAL BALLS, USA IS NOW A MESS FROM THE PRES. NOW….SHAME ON WHAT USA A A MESS…VOTE FOR TRUMP …….

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  133. Ok so you want to take us out of United States . It might seem ok with you but not for us. What would it feel like if your hero’s abandoned you huh? You’re not going to get elected I’ll tell you that. What if you were us what will you feel like. Your just lucky you were born in the US. You don’t know what it takes to be President. You sure know what it takes to be a traitor. Although Puerto Rico may be small we have pride because we’re a family. I don’t think you’re going to be a president I think you’re going to end up a dictator. How about you thank God for your life not for your money. Just make sure you know what you’re doing because it looks like you dont. Just keep thinking that life is a flower because when it comes to taking Puerto Ricans out of the U.S, you’re just barking up with the wrong tree.

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  134. What’s Un-American is people saying send MexicaMexicans back let America be America…Mexico is in America…. Duh. The Americus or America also known as the Western Hemisphere comprise the totality of territories in North America and South America. This includes Mexico. I better marry my Puerto Rican boyfriend so I dont end up with an idiot from the U.S.A. Well atleast he’s still American!

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  135. I’m voting trump. It’s time the American people take back our land and govt. it’s time we stop supporting all other people from Mexico. My people were in America before this was America and before the boat lift My people built America I am an American. We need to put a stop to abusing our country our tax dollars. America stand up and expel every Mexican.

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  136. Lisa, are you sure you are reading this correctly?

    Read this clause in particular:

    All persons born in Puerto Rico on or after April 11, 1899, and prior to January 13, 1941, subject to the jurisdiction of the United States, residing on January 13, 1941, in Puerto Rico or other territory over which the United States exercises rights of sovereignty and not citizens of the United States under any other Act, are declared to be citizens of the United States as of January 13, 1941.

    That is inclusive, not exclusive statutory language.

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  137. All of you!! Read the LAWS. You are citizens of the US provided you were born after 1941. However REMEMBER the MAJORITY do NOT want to become a STATE. YOU CANNOT vote for the PRESIDENT and are CONTROLLED by the corrupt CONGRESS. Both my daughter’s are married to Puerto ricans. Their parents were all born in PR. And now their parents Live in the states.. STOP acting like you know the laws UNLESS you know the law. TRUMP never said any of this. There is no documented proof he did! If you want to comment about him. THEN follow the law. get a STATE address and VOTE in the primary’s Law below: All persons born in Puerto Rico on or after April 11, 1899, and prior to January 13, 1941, subject to the jurisdiction of the United States, residing on January 13, 1941, in Puerto Rico or other territory over which the United States exercises rights of sovereignty and not citizens of the United States under any other Act, are declared to be citizens of the United States as of January 13, 1941. All persons born in Puerto Rico on or after January 13, 1941, and subject to the jurisdiction of the United States, are citizens of the United States at birth.
    (June 27, 1952, ch. 477, title III, ch. 1, § 302, 66 Stat. 236.)

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  138. OK. Trump you need to stop all this bullshit about the Puerto Rican. We Puerto Rican have feelings! How does it feel to be officially unable to visit your family HUH!? You really piss me off! I don’t have parents nor had a real family to love! I was abandoned! But I was adopted by MY hero! She now lives in the U.S! But before she moved I was taken back to MY real family the family that I don’t even want to live in! I have my brothers in the US! HOW DOES IT FEEL TO BE REVOKED!? You Donald Trump need to learn a lesson from God! You racist! We’re all brothers and sister but NO you just had to show up and BOOM ruin our Puerto Rican lives! I hope Obama stays as the president but sadly he can’t I’m sure gonna miss Obama.

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  139. I am Puerto rican American I was born in the us. For u to completely deface us is not fair. We are still humans. We still have feelings. We refuse to be army bait and we refuse to be peoples slaves/ bitches. U need to study American history again cuz u make no sense. What about other cultures that come here illegally?

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  140. From Puerto Rico, to you, Donald Trump: “Donald Trump, estás bien pendejo”.

    I’m Puerto Rican, latinoamerican. I’m basically from your same race, because, you above all should know that America is not only the United States of America. They are just %10 percent, latinoamericans, the rest %90. America’s body is made of latinoamericans, not the United States. The United States has reached its point of arrogance, and ignorance. We are tired of racism, we are tired of threats. Latino-America is number 1, not the United States. You people from the United States are good for nothing. That arrogance will come to an end. One way, or another.

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  141. Donald Trump, tu estás bien pendejo.

    Americans are not only them, we are americans. Puerto Ricans, Mexicans, South Americans. I come from Puerto Rico, and my race is latino. I believe I am actually American like you too. I think you should give some respect to us, regardless if we are latinos. You Donald Trump will not win. From Puerto Rico: “Donald Trump, estás bien pendejo”.

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  142. Hey guys I’m half Puerto Rican, born and raised in NYC.

    Look guys, I’m no Trump fan. In fact I do hate him. But the claims that Trump wants to deport Puerto Ricans is utter bullshit. Trump is a moron pure and simple but even he knows that to say such a thing is suicidal to his chances for the presidency. He can get away with bashing Mexicans because there are enough racist assholes in this country who hate Mexicans but Puerto Ricans really pose no direct threat to conservative assholes like Trump. I am of the opinion an even greater bias exists permitting hatred towards Mexicans than exists towards Puerto Ricans, of all Hispanics I think Mexicans are the ones who more often than not are targeted for discrimination; I’ve been on websites where people have written ‘I’m not racist I just hate Mexicans’.

    There is no logical reason supporting that Puerto Ricans would ever come into Trump’s crosshairs. The only website I have found any results of Trump having said this are political satire sites so with that being said I must implore two things of you guys; one: please stop blowing this satirical news story out of proportion because in my opinion it actually makes us Puerto Ricans look bad, makes us look ill informed at best and kind of like complete idiots looking to jump on the bandwagon to be the next big oppressed race in the nation at worst. We shouldn’t aspire to that. We shouldn’t have to take printed lies and spread them about Trump he gives more than enough material for us to use against him. Second: stop paying him any attention at all. In doing so you are giving him power. Good press, bad press is still press to him he’s not some struggling senator out of some Midwest state struggling to finance his campaign. He’s got the wealth and resources to do it all on his own, he’s like a fire, feeding him wood and feeding him kerosene will make him burn brighter and higher, cut off all oxygen and he will go out. Stop talking about him. Period. He’ll go away.

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  143. I do not think the American people are so ignorant to vote in favor to this crazy, narcissistic, dictator. This will be the end of democracy or the first impeachment within a month of being elected to the White House. All the efforts of the American people and the American People are all the immigrants that came to this Land for freedom and all of them have been a nation from the Nations sending for freedom and Liberty which is the right we got from Our Creator. Man likes to oppressed man and democracy of United States of American was founded with the vision freedom and others had the vision of slavery. This is a nation that had fought for rights of mankind. Trump is a very ignorant man, blinded by money and he is acting on his horrible dark, ugly ego.

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  144. To add or change the Constitution of the United States??? Article V of the United States Constitution provides authority and instructions for amending the Constitution. Amendments can be proposed by Congress or by constitutional convention. Congress then decides how to ratify the amendment if approved by Congress or convention. The amendment can either be ratified by three-fourths of state legislatures or by conventions in three-fourths of the states. Some parts of the procedures for proposing and ratifying amendments are well established in federal and state laws, but others, such as the constitutional convention, has never been successfully used. This guy is talking without substance. No le hagan caso a un ignorante pues not estamos ponemos a su mismo nivel de infantilismo.

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  145. I am a Puerto Rican, an American, and very proud…but you Donald Trump are a racist!

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  146. no crean esta basura son mentiras el no se atreveria hablar basuras asi de los puertorriquenos puras mentiras inventadas por un web de payasadas

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  147. This is all lies i never hear Donald Trump saying this about Puerto Ricans why i wasnt in our news papers???or yahoo ???why i wasnt in the mayor press and channels?????somebody is making this lies

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  148. Trump is an arrogant, boneheaded blowhard.

    The rest of the world knows this.

    If he were to win, God help the USA.

    That said, as a bonehead, he is the candidate much of the American electorate deserves.

    Nonetheless, our system prevents him dominating all, thank God.

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  149. we the puertorican people decend from a tribe called arawak .whose ancestors migrated through north america all the way to what is now know as puerto rico .there they found the taino tribe who also were arawak decendants..we stayed in boriquen .today known as puerto rico…puerto rican are by blood rights native americans..as are dominicans and cubans ..but the question isnt if we are natives the question is are we americans.and my answer is i rather be native than american

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  151. Jose soltero , el papa de Trump era americano. La madre era la extrangera.

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  152. Whoever believes what AL Sharon say is more stupid than him. He is using the racist card again. Puerto Rican are more intelligent than you Sharon.

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  153. HAHAHAHAHA… Ustedes creen todas las invenciones estupidas que aparecen en el Internet – especialmente que quieten acabar con Trump por decir la verdad sin miedo, de la unica forma que se puede salvar esta pais! Cor Razon dicen que los Hispanos son los mas ignorantes! Como van a creer en algo sin prueba? A ver, donde esta el video? No se dejen coger de tontos!

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  154. Native Americans are the only population of people in the USA that are not from immigrants. To my knowledge with all respect Mr. Trump does not have Native American descent. However, most people of Puerto Rican descent do have Native American descent (Taino). Therefore, if any ethnic group have the right to be in the USA it definitely is the Native Americans and their descendants like the Puerto Ricans.

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  155. I am a 47 year old Man , born in Ponce Puerto Rico,I came to Amerikkka in the year 1972 against my will back then, why against , cause I was only 3 & a half years old & didn’t know better.
    Throughout the years I have seen much abuse, much ignorance by my own kind, not being their fault for fighting in the Korean War, or Vietnam,
    But becouse our Puerto Rican Brothers & Sisters were not teached about how Colombus & his men abused our Arawack ancesters, nearly wiping them off the face of this Planet Earth, instead they were teached about Washinton & His precious Vally Forge, How Abraham Lincoln freed the slave’s, they were teached how to pledge an alliance to a country that only cared how much Suger was produced in six months time. Our People have been kept in Darkness for to, to long ! ! Isn’t it time we wake up and the coffee that Grandma made every morning faithfully for all in the family to drink with a buttery Pan de manteca for breakfast……..

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  156. donald trump is a german racist who has no rights to talk about any other nationality in this country.

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  157. Reblogged this on Mimi's and commented:
    I would just like to say um Donald Trump ain’t taking my Grandfathers citizenship away. HE’s been here most of his life. Trump he ain’t nothing. I don’t care if I’m 16 years old saying this but my PUERTO RICAN family isn’t voting for Donald Trump.

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  158. If it is true that Donald Trump is going around saying all these things about Puerto Ricans then he must have a way off of the United states i guess he must’ve forgotten his mother and father were born in Germany and last i heard Germany is not part of the United States. Which means him and his kids must leave too the only thing i make of all of this is that we have clown running for president or another Hitler in either case he will lose.

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  160. The Puerto Rican and I’m proud born and raised in New York City I’m more American than you are but with Puerto Rican background my parents are Puerto Rican my father fought in the war a proud marine as he was a pro Porto Rican

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  161. Donald Trump is an idiot he craves so much attention since he don’t have no more TV shows he wants to be an idiot he looks like a dog at that a bulldog does the ugliest hell why don’t you go home and find a new hobby a******

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  162. I don’t believe Trump’s comment about deporting Puerto Ricans was from a credible source. If it were true it would have spread like wildfire by now throughout major news stations. Seriously, the comment about deporting children who’s parents are undocumented. Puerto Rico is a common wealth there by making you a citizen. If you are a citizen how do you not have documentations? This will never happen. With 54 million Hispanics in the U.S. he won’t become president. I don’t care by what percentage his presidential approvals are.

    One thing I cannot stand is the negative stigma and stereotype against us Hispanics. We are drug dealers or cleaning ladies. Yes, as the the minority immigrating from another country with a lack of education we get the basic jobs but none the less we are hard workers! We are contributing to society and we are just as important as the majority! We have Puerto Ricans working in all fields. How can we forget the Supreme Court Justice Sonia Sotomayor? We have Puerto Rican lawyers, doctors, police men, teachers, and the list goes on …I’m Puerto Rican and Dominican. Born in PR and raised in NY. Despite the stereotypes I’m a medical school student. I will be a doctor one day, saving the lives of the people in this country!
    So this stereotype that we are lazy, drug dealing thieves needs to stop. We are important citizens of this country too. Making an impactful contribution to society as well.

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  163. Absolute lies created by Univision to shake him down

    Little do they know he is making money in Puerto Rico and has not uttered a bad word about Puerto Ricans… Otherwise where is the video clip? It does not exist because he did not say it

    Other politicians know that he is trying to sway the votes to Hilary Clinton and heavenly step back at the right time. He has nothing to lose and will help the Clintons as they helped him in the past.

    Trump will only become more famous as a brand and the Clinton more powerful.

    Puerto Ricans will continue enjoying the U.S. Citizenship and all will be fine.

    Except of course, Univision will most likely lose the lawsuit against him and will cough up a few millions to settle with Trump.

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  164. Don’t believe what Univision is saying about Trump. They are trying to hurt him but it is backfiring on them.

    Obviously Trump is just shaking the politicians. Mamynpeople are saying he is doing all this to sway the votes to Hilary Clinton at the right time.

    Trump loves any place where he make money and he has a lot of investments in Puerto Rico, so he would not utter a negative word about it.

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  165. No man nor institution can take from me what I am…….American & 100% Puertorican with a Chicagoan charm.

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  166. It’s time for all Latinos to register and vote like your lives depend on it .

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  167. I honestly think that Donald Trump, will not be running for president of the US.

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  168. Did the guy forget that Pueto Rico is now part of the United States?

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  169. My kids are half puerto rican this is not cool i cant stand this guy he’s way too racist.

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  170. This racist and sexist bastard needs to step the hell down! How dare him!!! He’s the next effing HITLER! So much for land of the free! He deserves no such title as President, who does he think he is!!? I may be half Puerto Rican but I am damn proud and love my family to death! Every one that is here has the damn right to be! What sickens me most is people are actually rooting for this guy are you serious!? Another thing my husband is Puerto Rican and putting his damn life on the line for everyone including Donald’s POS self and he’s made it a career in the U.S. ARMY! As has many other hispanics! I fear every day he’s gone, but oh not Donald because he’s busy sitting pretty too worried about having something negative to always say about woman, worrying about putting a wall up, and being racist again Puerto Ricans and I’m sure all other races besides WHITE! what was that “Not apart of American race” YOU ARE SUCH A DISGUSTING HUMAN BEING IT IS SICKENING! We all need to stand STRONG TOGETHER! He can not and will not win!!

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  171. Desde que tengo uso de razón y tengo 43 años ya puerto rico es parte de EEUU como un hombre cualquiera va a decidir por una isla completa somos 100×35 pero la suma ea de millones de habitantes turno no juegues con fuego

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  172. Donald trump can go to he’ll. I am half Puerto rican. I am not gonna be defaced by some racist b*****d. We will not be ur slaves or ur army bait!

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  173. You sir, should not be president you are racist…I’m 12 and I don’t think I should have to grow up in a world were I have a racist A president I’m Puerto Rican what are you gonna do about it shoot me for being me and standing up for my culture I know you won’t care what a 12 year old has to say … But you should because you make me so angry…. Okay …I hope you know just how angry and frustrated you make me ….YOU WILL NEVER SEE ME IN ANY OF YOUR SELF OWND CASINO HOLTES NOTHING 😠

    NADA😤

    Let’s get this straight us Puerto Ricans are not Mexicans … Donald Trump you need to stop being a racist person… Some of these Latinos and Latinas work 100 times harder then you just to keep food on the table for there family and themselves to eat also to keep a roof over there head…we are not dirty people.. We cook amazing food… We work harder then you to stay alive ..and we are not thieves …

    You sir are 100% wrong … It makes me sick and sad how people can pick at part of my culture ….

    I’m Puerto Rican Italian and Irish and I’m proud to defend where I come from …💗💯

    Donald trump since you are so racist don’t take anymore of my money or the Hispanic community’s money …. IM SO SCARED YOULL GET DIRTY…

    So I’m sorry you won’t have enough money for your wigs …but since you don’t like Us Puerto Ricans I don’t think you should take our money …you don’t help us …WE HELP YOU

    No AnyMore ….

    An for your information we are not the dirty ones you are
    And your greedy to …

    So I think should think before you talk …. Your the dirty pig who degrades me my family my friends and other Hispanics …

    Next time you want your lawn done think who does it …
    Next time you want a certain type of food think who made it …
    Next time you want special hair think of the people who made it …
    Next time you want your house cleaned think who made your house spotless (because we all know you think you are a big shot ..so you hire people)
    Next time you want your car washed think who washed it..

    You know some of these people who work or worked for you could have been Hispanic and they cleaned and did everything better then you

    Everyone on your tv shows sure as he** don’t look white … Now how are you gonna make your money when we all quit on you … My mom and dad always warned me about people like you … LOSER 👋

    We didn’t need you before we don’t need you now

    WE WILL ALWAYS BE BETTER THEN YOU DONALD TRUMP OKAY JUST KNOW THAT

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  174. *Donald Trump has donated millions to the Democrat Party.
    *He has been a fervent supporter of Hillary. He even bragged that she attends his family weddings because (jokingly)”She has no choice, I asked her to come and she did.”
    * He’s a Troyano HORSE-NOT EVEN.
    HE’S AN IN YOUR FACE MONKEY WRENCH. HE IS A SABOTAGE.
    He is there to BRING UP EVERY RACIST AND EXTREMIST IDEA AND AS HIS POLLS MOMENTARILY BUMP UP, THE OTHER CANDIDATES WILL ALSO GO EXTREME RIGHT.
    Then Trump either drops out, LEAVING EVERY GOP CANDIDATE AN EXTREMIST, or IF THE GOP DOESN’T FALL FOR THE EXTREMISM AND TRIES TO GO MODERATE, Trump will then run as a third party or independent TAKING HARD CONSERVATIVES WITH HIM.
    *An extremist version of Ross Perot.

    Remember. Trump is ACTING.
    His “job” is to alienate minorities away from GOP while pulling hard right vote away from GOP nominee, guaranteeing a win for his LONGTIME FRIENDS,THE CLINTONS.

    IF Hillary loses nomination to Biden or anyone else, all bets are off.

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  175. Mi Gente! If your going to post something then USE the spell check for gods sake! OMG how embarrassing to read some of these posts. If you want respect then start with using common sense. We all know Trump is not the guy for our nation, now use your voice, time, and energy to make sure he does not get elected. Trump, Hillary, Bush, and even Sanders- we are nothing but numbers to these people. There are better candidates out there. Open your eyes, ears, and hearts and listen to these other candidates.

    By calling Trump names such as “Hitler” or psycho-analyzing him we are no better than the idiots supporting him. Stand up, be proud, and work to keep him out.

    Boriqua and Proud!

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  176. This is absolutely insane!!! My parents are Nicaraguan and I am first generation American born and now residing in England with an English daughter…I also have a daughter who has Cuban and Puerto Rican roots that was born in the USA. We are Americans! My parents were legal but status means nothing to me…we are all humans!!! JEEEZ!. There is so much xenophobia going on here…like someone above said…it is merely bringing to light the racial barriers that have always been there to the surface.

    This man has to have serious Narcissistic and Sociopathic tendencies. This can’t be acceptable..what he is promoting is along the lines of HItler and people of lower intelligence are following his lead and surely people at the top who ofcourse have financial interests and who he lives to please. What they don’t know is that they need these people they are marginalizing to do the jobs at the bottom of the chain…which entitled lazy Americans won’t do..don’t worry it will back fire.

    What scared me though…..is that what happened in England during this last election may happen in America. The Conservatives won the election by only 37%….the conservative supporters, much like the Republicans and the Democrats, vote and the rest of the country twiddles their thumbs. So when everyone went out to vote…probably one of the largest turnouts the UK has ever had……they concentrated on the smaller parties…Green Party, Ukip (the actual devils party for the bigoted types as much as the conservatives) Everybody voting for other parties…people were all over the place..When the results came out you would never believe how unhappy this country was and we have to look at them daily. It is a tragedy and we have to endure a very painful reality in our daily lives.

    This is going to spark a major turnout to the polls but people need to get organized and target the liberal states to make sure that this disgusting man takes no power. Is there a worthy candidate out there? Even Hilary is a detached power-hungry player….the old boys institution I like to call it. Wow this is terrifying really. People start a campaign…use knowledge but people like this play dirty because they don’t see people as people…they see them as burdens that need to removed on the way up to the top and in this case, as tools in their strategy for that top position..YOu can’t be nice and human with someone who has these kinds of psychological disorders.

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  177. Wake up people – white people are at war with humans – as prophesied!!

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  178. So Mr. Trump feels so negative about Hispanics or Latino’s. Not much education there. We are the majority population by sir names. The Jones Act of 1917, an act of Congress gave Puerto Ricans US citizenship status, and can only be reversed by Congress. NOT TRUMP. So Mr. Trump I throw out the white glove. If all Latino’s connected in any shape form or manner, directly or indirectly decided not to show up for employment for 48 hours, it would shake your businesses to the core. Your casinos, golf courses, hotels, airlines and high rises. Your landscapers, suppliers, limo drivers, etc.
    No work for 48 hours, can your business survive??? Ask your self that question before the trigger is pulled.

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  179. He is the American Hitler and is going to create a civil war!!!

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  180. I dont know wat this moron said. But to b honest. I dont care. I am rican by da way. But honestly, i dont want to live in this greedy country anymore. Im trying to get it together and get out of here. This country sucks. And he is one to talk when he is i think german full blood. An immegrant himself. Whites come from europe. They not from america. And if they dont want us here, THEN GET DA HELL OUT OF OUR COUNTRY!!!!!!!

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  181. Maybe he smoking something that he is not support to take, ,,,,,,,,He playing with fire and he is going to get burned.

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  182. he. cannot be president of us.he is already crazy.the hole country could be starving and stiffle

    To crazy

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  183. Trump, you are creating a divided nation with all of your discrimination and hatred towards the hispanic and latin communities throughout this country. We are no longer the minority Mr, Trump, we are the majority. This action and comments that you’ve been taking and making is that of Hilter..

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  184. Im 100% Puerto Rican. I do not support Donald Trump in any way. What he is doing to this contry is not right. If we all lived here for many yrs with no trouble no matter the race. Why start a war between races? Wat i see coming in this country is war. Donald Trump is nothing but a man full of greed. For him everything is money. I support my Latinos all the way. N ill be damed if Donald Trump thinks of us as other wise. We are more united than what he thinks. I will would love to see him face to face n ask him, If we was such a problem, why make Puerto Rico part of the united state. Dont be as dumn as u are. We are the ones that work are butts off for our country to be were its at. Immagrants are the movement of this coutry. Rather u like it or not. Its the truth in many ways. Lets see how this country will work without us. I just want peace within each of us to know the difference. If we want unity we must not vote for Donald Trump. He is a disgrace to his own country. He diserves no respect for his races comments. No matter what race u are u need to see what is right from wrong. N i feel Donald Trump is not right.

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  185. The asshole Donald “duck” Trump, does not speak for me. I have my own voice and I’m not against anyone living a free and prosperious life here in a country that stands for freedom for all !

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  186. Im a “WHITE” woman married to a Puerto Rican man and I think half of you on here with your “white” statements are just as ignorant and racist as any white man/woman you make general statements about.
    Trump is right about some of what he says. Al sharpton is a moron and acting like blacks n spanish got eachothers backs is just immature. Grow up. People are people. Every race has racism and even amongst one another. There are whites that hate me because of my statis and because Im not pure bread. There are blacks that hate eachothet because of their too dark or too light. Spanish have racism within eachothers dialect/island. Us Americans that want a chance for our children to live, to love, to learn…. Thats who should stick together!

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  187. Let Him Try….BOYCOTT ALL TRUMP PROPER
    TIES RACIST PIG-FASCIST !!!!

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  188. sadly until we ALL LEARN that we are all connected and in truth affect each other and do reap what we sow we will never achieve our potential as a people. when our leaders act as if others matter less than they do, we need to remove them from office. i agree with some of trumps policies while others leave me shaking my head. how has our nation allowed it’s self to come to the point where our government protects and serves everyone except the citizens they took an OATH to protect and serve? If we wish to live in peace we must treat each and everyone with respect and even if we don’t like somethings about them we must love them like a sibling. the immense greed that runs amok through out the world is our greatest flaw as a people. when a small fraction of the people control the resources and leave the remaining larger fraction to suffer so that they may collect an even larger share at some point the larger portion will come to their senses and realize they have the real control. All they need do is exercise it. Imagine what would happen if every worker planet wide went on strike. A message needs to be sent to those who believe themselves to be elite and the only real language a greedy person understands is money.

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  189. This is really funny and totally BS!

    Puerto Rico, like Saipan (CMNI) and GUAM are US Territory nations; which are under the jurisdiction of the USA-legal statue in the 14th amendment of our US constitution. While FSM, Marshall Islands are countries in the Pacific having legal free associations with the US. Their people can freely come and work in the US–same as with the tiny Pacific Nations of American Samoa, Virgin Islands, and so forth. I have visited most if not all of these small countries when I was doing Grass Roots ITF tennis programs in the North and South Pacific. All of these tiny Nations are under the jurisdiction of the US. They are using US dollars as their currencies, the US has its own immigration people servicing any people coming in and going out of these tiny nations, for and in behalf of the USA. Trump is not that stupid as the narrow minded people think–that just jump into any issues, without going into the minimum basic info-research to give little credibility of their made-up narratives.

    NO USA PRESIDENT, can change the status of Puerto Rico without the approval of at least 2/3 members of the US congress. Keep in mind that the commonwealth status of Puerto Rico, was not created by any US President’s Executive Order but was created through the Treaty of Paris. Currently, Puerto Rico is presenting their preference to become one of the States of the US. But our US congress did not approve their request, so they still under the Territory of the US. ALL babies born from Puerto Rican parents are automatically become US citizens just like babies born from Guamenian parents.

    14th amendment in our US Constitution that deals about Birth Right US Citizenship is a very complicated piece of constitutional opinion that divide the most intellectual constitutionalist people in the US–and which is being abused by mostly rich Chinese syndicate. They brought Chinese nationals to Marshall Islands, and other tiny Island Nations in the Pacific so they can deliver their babies there and become the citizen of that countries. Currently, they are targeting the city of New York wherein they will collect big amount of money so pregnant women from China will stay in New York, deliver their babies and become US citizen anchor babies. In reality, their anchor babies should not become US citizen as they are not legal residents of the US–if 14th amendment is to be strictly followed. But because both Republicans and Democrats needs new more US citizens to support their respective party’s interest, they twisted each and every wording of the constitution, so both can get what they want.

    14th amendment clause “Under the Legal Jurisdiction of the US” really identify babies born from parents who are under the legal jurisdiction of the US. Babies born in the US from respective foreign embassy workers, ambassadors and others could not get birth-right US citizenship since they are under legal jurisdiction of their respective countries. Ask our Philippine Embassy people about this so you will be educated.

    Now for the babies born in the US from un-documented Illegal Aliens, they are absolutely not US citizens as their parents are not under the legal jurisdiction of the US. Since they entered in the US Illegally and not documented, they are legally under the jurisdiction of their country of origin. Trump’s focus is not on legal immigrants–as legal immigrants supports Trump’s position. What he is trying to solve is the ILLEGAL Aliens problem in the US, the reason why his position is being debated by constitutional experts, and supported by considerable groups of people in the US.

    Study this current case in Texas. A baby was born by un-documented parents. The parents want their newly born baby to get US passport. This is permitted under current status. But, the local Texas authority could not complete the process as the parents could not present any valid ID to the local authority to validate their parental claim to the baby. This is now on hold under legal proceedings until the parents can show legal documents/ID as required.

    My friendly advise to all is: KEEP DISTANCE from AL SHARPTON. I really hope you will not become one of his believers.

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  190. What gets to me is all those illiterate people like Donald Duck is immigrant to America. The real Natives was killed, raped and got diseases from the Europeans who were cannibals and thieves . They actually was terminated from Europe because of their nasty ways. When they want to talk about Black people remember we didn’t asked to be here they chained us to come here. Some of us ran away and when they were found they were beaten to stay here. All you racist people know the HISTORY before you talk BS…END OF STORY

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  191. It’s interesting that we are all acting surprised about this news. It’s easy to forget that at least 80% of this country lies in the “Bible Belt.” This is that giant swath of red that we see every four years that only comes out to vote for the whitest candidate or against the latest freedom or global warming initiative in the name of “Jesus.”

    This mass of primarily Faux News consumers have been using every possible cover (including calling the people they are being racist against racist; you know, reverse phsychology) to obfuscate the fact that they are nothing but racists, bigots, mysogenists, douchebags, etc. Now that Trump has entered the fray, they feel that this cover is no longer necessary. We were simply pretending they did not exist. They were always right there, in front of our face. Now even Faux News has no idea what to do with the monster they raised; it will no longer take direction from them.

    Faux, in their defense, didn’t create the monster. They just molded it. They knew how stupid, gullible, and easily influenced it was. They helped bring it out of the shadows and gave it the validity it needed. Roger Ailes, using the toolset designed and built by Goebbels, has no idea what to do now that his flock has found their leader. It’s not Jeb Bush, they cry. It’s not Ted Cruz, they lament. Not Santorum, or even Huckabee. Not any of the hand picked meat puppets they put before us. It had to be Trump. And as angry as I am about his comments, I honestly believe that this is a blessing in disguise. This is exactly what we need to help tear down this wall of hate that is suffocating this country. You cannot take down a wall unless you know it exists. Trump has brought that motherfucker out of the shadows. It’s time to strike it down.

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  192. It’s interesting that we are all acting surprised about this news. It’s easy to forget that at least 80% of this country lies in the “Bible Belt.” This is that giant swath of red that we see every four years that only comes out to vote for the whitest candidate or against the latest freedom or global warming initiative in the name of “Jesus.”

    This mass of primarily Faux News consumers have been using every possible cover (including calling the people they are being racist against racist; you know, reverse phsychology) to obfuscate the fact that they are nothing but racists, bigots, mysogenists, douchebags, etc. Now that Trump has entered the fray, they feel that this cover is no longer necessary. We were simply pretending they did not exist. They were always right there, in front of our face. Now even Faux News has no idea what to do with the monster they raised; it will no longer take direction from them.

    Faux, in their defense, didn’t create the monster. They just molded it. They knew how stupid, gullible, and easily influenced it was. They helped bring it out of the shadows and gave it the validity it needed. Roger Ailes, using the toolset designed and built by Goebbels, has no idea what to do now that his flock has found their leader. It’s not Jeb Bush, they cry. It’s not Ted Cruz, they lament. Not Santorum, or even Huckabee. Not any of the hand picked meat puppets they put before us. It had to be Trump. And as angry as I am about his comments, I honestly believe that this is a blessing in disguise. This is exactly what we need to help tear down this wall of hate that is suffocating this country. You cannot take down a wall unless you know it exists. Trump has brought that motherfucker out of the shadows. It’s time to strike it down.

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  193. Donald trump you want to start war with Puerto Ricans .you it notting but a child molester all those women you abuse in last Vega and you. With al shopton all he wants is money he don’t give a shit . be carefully you playing with fire you will get burn and I said it guest what I am Puerto Rican . you peace of shit you need to be lock up for this . you think like you Hitler evil red neck mother fucker I hope you never come to Puerto Rico

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  194. Lol. Donald Trump is a piece of work folks I’m telling ya now. How can this man get on national television and say China is taking our jobs? No Donald it’s the rich folks like you that own these big corporations that are shipping our jobs over there for cheap labor! And what is Al Sharpton saying about purtueo Ricans? This is crazy!

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  195. Trump wants to add the Presidency to his ‘Bucket List.’ One of the few things left for him to achieve. Will he get there? Unlikely. Time will prove his nemesis – and basic common sense. Yes, despite what you see and hear, it does exist!

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  196. Do not associate al sharpton with ALL “blacks” over half of us disagree with everything he says/stands for or whatever and whites did not “raise” us we raised them, fed and took care of their children while they sold ours.. The fact that people think that way makes then racists as well… Trust me Puerto Ricans aren’t the only ones he wants to get rid of… Sadly white people feel they are superior to any minority in this country now is obviously the time for all of us to stand together.! We need you all just like you need us
    Sincerely the half Puerto Rican “Black chick”

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  197. RotflmmPRao are you F***ing kidding me. Any Latino that is willing to listen to a word that Al Sharpton says is got to be the stupidest Latino in the history of Latinos. Yeah something Donald Trump say is stupid & idiotic but other also make sense. He could say he wants or even will throw Puerto Ricans out of the USA. All I say is bring it. Now it seems that since Al Sharpton is out of the limelight he wants to through fuel on to a fire to make Latinos rally to his madness. Boricuas don’t fall for it. Look at how we kicked out slavery on our Isla way before America even had a crossed their mind.

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  198. I’m black and Puerto Rican. Al sharpton does not represent all black Americans. Stop letting one person divide you. Blacks and Latinos have always supported each other

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  199. To all you lovely commentators. If you see Trump the way you describe him, as a racist white gringo of German descent than join (Make The Road New York) in about two weeks for a demo in front of his headquarters in about two weeks so that we can take him a message from our communities.
    He deserves to be enlightened with our presence. He did make the comments among others and we have to stop the racist pig. During the trial of the Central Park Five he was pushing for the death penalty. 13 years later they were freed because they were innocent and he never apologized. He has many followers which exposes the real America (USA).

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  200. 11 million ilegales in the US. Carajo porque no dicen que cuarenta y ciinco POR ciento de ellos son personas que entraron con visas via Europa POR Canada y Los hijo de Su Madre de quedaron. Yes at least 45% to 50% are white Europeans. Also from Africa Rev. Sharpton, si pendejo from Africa also.

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  201. Al sharpton is proof how the black people start to act like the whites who raised them. They are just as racist as the whites.

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  202. If he want to do that, First, he will have to tell to the US and Congress, to leave PR alone, Free. US invaded PR! Well? Stupid man!

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  203. Just remember what the bible says,”There will be an anti-Christ”, and that is TRump! As for Al Sharpton, he’s only for his kind as long that there is a lawsuit where he can make a couple of millions. Mi Raza, tranquilos,nosotros estamos aqui para quedarnos, hasta que queramos.Entre mas hablamos de Trump, mas aire el coje.Dejemos que el se explote solito. Trump no sabe que haver con su dinero y ha decidido postularse para presidente para poder estar en su propia alfombra roja. Si Los reportero decidieran ya no molestarse con el, seria otra costa. Tranquilos mi gente!!!!!!

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  204. If you believe this you are a idiot and I’m puerto rican

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  205. This is obviously BS…. because trust me on this, the gringo newspapers wopuld have had a field day with this remark if it had actually come out of Trump’s mouth.

    And for the record… well, for the haters…., my sons are Puerto Rican. I don’t BS. End of story.

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  206. Donald trump, can kiss my Puerto Rican a**, he is a piece of s***, hope get a heart attack.

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  207. HEY TRUMP…YOU KNOW WHAT TO DO WITH THAT FINGER…….WHEN YOU TAKE IT OUT SMELL IT

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  208. So who was in Korea at parallel 38….fighting for freedom….I didn’t see Trumps father next to Puerto Riguenos ….Where was him. If he wants do deport… Start with himself..he comes from imegran parents…Lets check his birth certificate…

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  209. It surprises me that he has a following. No leader of any country,but a communist would behave this way. It’s time for all Latino ppl to unite and vote if you can. Unite against this racist monster.

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  210. When mr trump comes to ny for his election speech, all latinos, mexicans, needs to be there to RALLY and speak up just like what he is doing, so we need to enlighten his dumbass about our country and how us Puerto ricans are not immigrants!!and how dare mr sharpton too face agrees with him when something bad happens he wants to be the first one to defend us but know he just showed us latinos his true colors we don’t need him either!!!!!

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  211. Its incredible how this man , talk all that bull when all his relatives , grandparents and inmigrants from Scotland and Germany, Ujummmm so we have to kick them out too right.

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  212. I would like to invite Mr. Trump and all his helpers, to please learn the history of Puerto Rico and how puetorrican people became USA citizen. Talked without know history say a lot of you Mr. Trump. We are more american than you. Because your grandparent and your mother both were in legal immigrants. So if you want to take someone citizenship away you would have to start with you. And in that case you would not be able to run for a president of this Nation.

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  213. Donald trump can smd. I’m dominican & boricua cause of muy parents. Bit, guess what your illegal toó. You came to América for a better life. Like almost all latinos out here. You look stupid, racist piece of crap.

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  214. I don’t know who this Rev. Al Sharpton is, but I believe he call himself a rev., I don’t think he knows who
    God is! Be careful with people like that they might be preaching to the bad guy! And for Mr. Trump, I have never met such and ignorant politician that instead of attacking voters, because we as Puertorricans have the right to vote whether he likes it or not. He’s nobody that’s why he is not going to win! They both needs to read our history pair of Ignorant evils!

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  215. we have fought for this country out of
    Puerto Rico for years. 10’s of thousands Puerto Ricans laid down there lives for this country hundreds of thousands serve in the military we have the Medal of Honor by the Republican Party and the Democratic Party and even the President of the United States showing that Puerto Ricans have served endlessly for this country and died for the freedom of this country. Trump how dare you.

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  216. Donald trump the dump, last I check your an immigrant in my country. I’m half white and half native American. My ppl have been here for 1000’s of years. Ppl like you don’t need to be running their mouths. All you are is a child crying over a bed time story and needs to be spanked. You have no political experience nor the necessity’s for a country. Who are you to get sexist toward woman, racist towards Latinos, and roast politicians who try to make a difference. You need to go back to your play pen and take a time out and leave this presidential race to the adults.

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  217. I’m a Jewish American from NYC & lived around Puerto Ricans all my life. First, I’m not sure he said it but if he did, ignore him. He & Sharpton don’t understand America & what it is to be Americans. You do. I do. Others do. These guys like to divide is. Don’t be cut out. You’re with us.

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  218. Oh and just in case you guys didn’t know He’s illegal himself he’s not an American He was born in German or Russia Look it up you guys will see Donald Trump is the biggest piece of s**t that has ever step foot in America He likes to put illegal people down and talk about immigrants and his whole family his mother his father his great grandparents Sisters brothers they’re all illegal…..

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  219. I’m only 17 year olds and I my mother was born in Puerto Rico as well as all my siblings and myself. We were all except for my son. I would like to know if there’s a group of people who march against this . A bigger movement. I want to have part in. This is my future as well as the future of EVERY OTHER BORICUA out there working for this country for years. We deserve a voice and we deserve to start our own war

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  220. He said he hired Latinos in his buildings,and other jobs opening,Í DONT THINK SO MR,TRUMP, yours managers supervisors are the ones that do the high ring not u mrs,trump, in fac you don’t even see🙈 your employees, you will neverrrrrr put a Latino to work for you! That’s what’s youR showing,AMERICA,,,,,

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  221. If God is for us, who can be against us!!!
    Surely not Donald Trump.
    WM. ☺

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  222. Okay. This article is so much bullshit. My PUERTO RICAN brothers and sisters. Sit the fuck down and remember your brains. YOU are as American as Black people. We all grew up together and ran in and out of each others homes that our moms just claimed us all. These other latinos I don’t know anything about and don’t want to, because they are rude racist and disrespectful. Puerto Ricans and Blacks are fam. There’s no day light between us. When you read these kinds of articles remember your upbringing and tell them all to kiss your ass. How in the fuck are you going to allow this ignorant bullshit to upset you when there’s no way in hell to deport your American ass?

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  223. Trump says that we Puerto Ricans are not part of the American race.Then who is ,he is the son of German imigrants.The United States is called the Melting Pot because all Americans are made up of people from all over the world.Trump is sounding just like Hitler against the Jews in this case he against latin people,Why.The sad and dangerous thing is that the people who follow him think just the way he does.If you think about it the only true American is the American Indian sad.Trump I heard that there is an opening for President in hell there is alot of hate and evil there uou should fit right in.

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  224. This fucking Trump is a clown
    Puertorican have been helping build this country for well over 100 years
    “Puerto Rico”).[1] On March 21, 1915, the first shots by the United States in World War I were fired by the Porto Rico Regiment of Infantry from El Morro Castle at a German ship in San Juan Bay.[2] U.S. Citizenship was imposed upon Puerto Ricans as a result of the 1917 Jones–Shafroth Act
    Upon the outbreak of World War I, the U.S. Congress approved the Jones–Shafroth Act, which imposed United States citizenship (the Puerto Rican House of Delegates rejected US citizenship)[2] with limitations upon Puerto Ricans and made them eligible for the military draft. As citizens of the United States, Puerto Ricans have participated in every major United States military engagement from World War I onward. During World War II, Puerto Ricans participated in the Pacific and Atlantic theaters, not only as combatants, but also as commanders. It was during this conflict that Puerto Rican nurses were allowed to participate as members of the WAACs. The members of Puerto Rico’s 65th Infantry Regiment distinguished themselves in combat during the Korean War and were honored with the Congressional Gold Medal.[3] During the Vietnam War five Puerto Ricans were awarded the Medal of Honor, the highest military honor in the United States. Presently Puerto Ricans continue to serve in the military of the United States. The following is brief history of the military events in which Puerto Ricans have participated.

    Is that don’t make US Americans WTF will

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  225. Trump just need attention. And shapton wouldnt back up any type of spanish people because he only supports black people.

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  226. Somebody needs to blow the tupee of his forehead lml😈😂😂😂😂

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  227. As a Puerto Riqueno,I must say that this man is outta his rabid ass mind. I was born and raised in this country and pay taxes here also. Does he not remember history and what happened with the last Puerto Ricans that got phucked with? Remember Lolita Lebron? Need I say more?

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  228. If anyone remembers the movie “Dead Zone”, he is truly the Anti-Christ, Hitler in Disguise, he has my vote out to hell where he belongs

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  229. .trump is an ass hole his wife is a immigrant if we go the bitch goes too.so listen mr.asshole trump if you trying to get rid of all Latinos prepare yourself for the ass whooping of the century u dumb f##*k because we Latinos don’t give up without a fight.so get your Hitler ass out of america!!!!!!!!

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  230. Don’t know his problem..n don’t even care..first of all puertoricans where they work they treat better other people like human not like other races that treat each others like animals…like they own everything…

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  231. Mr Donald Trump Is the devil in disguise, If that no good pieace if garbage was to become our President our nation will be destroyed with
    World War 3 THIS SO CALLED SACK OF S**T HAS NO FREAKING BRAINS.
    SMH HOW DID THIS MAN EVER BECAME SO WEALTHY ? WITH NO BRAINS!!!!

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  232. LMAO, That is so Funny. Hahahahahahahahahaha. He is sooooooooo Ignorant!

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  233. This man is part of a master plan by the Illuminati’s plutocracy world power grab. They are trying to create civil unrest in America and around the world. Donald Trump has too many skeletons in his closet to be seriously considered for the Presidency of the USA. He acts like a thug and like a thug he will be taken down. He is stirring up the pot in order for the power brokers to manipulate the masses, it is called divide and conquer.

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  234. The majority of caucasians, like myself, are not against mexican immigrants or puerto ricans. We realize how bad the situation can be in other countries when the police become corrupt and drug lords and gangs take over. I would enter another country too, illegally, if it meant protecting myself and my family. Please don’t feel like we are all against you. Republicans are pandering to an ignorant knee jerk reaction they know exists in fearful people. They want to tell people to look at anyone except the rich for a reason why this country is going downhill.

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  235. It is sad that this man is even allowed to speak. It is amazing what money can buy – the right to be ignorant and planted hatred and racism in a world already full of these. Hopefully he will leave the country forever after these elections. He needs to study American history. He is a poor excuse for a human being. Proud to be Puerto Rican

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  236. Donald Trump is a Disgrace as a Human being! All he spews out of his mouth is Hate,Racism,Dividing all Nationality by Race. He degrades and bullies women, he also talks about Latinos and refers to Mexican as Illegal Immigrants thieves and refers to all Puerto Ricans’ as Dirty people. He said if and I say IF, he becomes President he is going to Revoke all Puerto Ricans’ Citizenship’s… First of all I will say this I was born in Chicago, IL and I am the ecstatic daughter of Two hard working Puerto Rican Parents. I am so proud to have the color of Red blood running through my veins,which is the blood of my Heavenly Father and all Humanity. I am so happy to be a Latina…I have many friends and family members who are Mexican and I am blessed to be part of their family,Friendship and most of all their Journey. I don’t know why Donald Trump talks with so much venom against Immigrants when his Mother was an Immigrant from Scotland and his paternal grandparents were from Germany. Shame on this Ignorant pompous inflated Egotistic Moron! Donald Trump in my book is A Negative,Evil Man….His Head is as big as his EGO! Does America really want all this negative Hate in the White House? Haven’t we had enough of all these No Experience running the United States, throwing their hats into a Campaign they have no business running. We Don’t need or want Trump as our President,he’s a Joke and he needs some serious therapy because he actually thinks he God. In my book he’s Satan Spawn, this would explain why he wants to destroy us all!

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  237. First of all who are you to state anything about sending anyone back to anywhere my kids are proud to be Hispanic,Canadian, and Native American. My kids aren’t going anywhere without a fight.

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  238. is obvious the only 100 miles by 35 miles island scare one of the riches clowns of the history that mean exacly only one thing the he knows if puerto ricans get togeather in harmony as one nation one love it will or it can be really powerful and dangerous !!! people open your eyes instead of fighting your brothers and sisters we all should be fighting the oppressors and those who want to see us in misery and agony it is definitely a lot of potential wating to be unleashed
    remember if usa turn the back on their own people china certanly certanly will do business with us is always a way to become productive !!! the ignorance is the worst obstacle who stop people from progress ! empire do not born they become the smartness always win over the power 🙂

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  239. To my genta as I read your post I feel the energy. This is why I am so proud to be Puerto Rican this is the time to stand as one.may god bless our latino’s family’s.

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  240. What I find funny is that a lot of the white people in this country are imagerated here by there ancescors so that technicly makes them more immigrant for instance italian Polish Greek Jewish and last but not lease American let’s not for get what they have done to the native Indian for an American white person to have any nerve to say immigrants American white people are the original immigrants

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  241. Donald trump needs to have a seat and shut up please. How about you go back to where you came from. Your ancestors stole this land from the Indians.

    You’re an immigrant.

    I’m tired of the white man trying to claim everything is theirs, when in reality you are the one that doesn’t belong here.

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  242. Since when pr u have to have a green card? Since when we are considered immigrants. They dont come to the u.s. hiding. Omg lord get this man. Pr is part of the u.s.a. like how you going become president and you dont even know things go back to school because all you know is about money and building casino for your so call immigrants that you dis like, HELLO sit down some where. Crazy every time we get a good person on the chair they have to work twice as hard to recover and redue the other bad mistakes . So dont get mad at amy president because it take yrs to recover something that needs to be fix but the way this world is its crazy. We get a good one then a bad one then a good one, over and over so this world will always have things wrong things will never be fix or undone. Just being 100 with it.

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  243. Folks,think about this.The Democrats and the Republicans HATE Trump. If he said anything like this you can bet every dollar youve got that the MSM like CNN,NBC,CBS,FOX,would be SCREAMING this out,looking to crucify the guy.Every supporter he`s got would drop him like a hot potato.

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  244. All of you are a bunch of ignorants. GET THE FACTS FIRST, AND AVOID PEOPLE GOSSIPS. Until I see him saying it I will not belive this lies. Remember that Donald Trump never say anything out of cameras. Puertorricans, are you feeling leftover because nobody talks about you??? come on and stop the lies. “Trump for president 2016” Y no hay mas nah!!!

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  245. I’m all for stopping illegal immigration, but Puerto Rico is essentially a part of the United States of America. So, are we deporting Americans now? Again, I’m all for stopping immigration, if nothing else than for my own sake with the job market now, but you can’t call Puerto Rico a “common wealth” and not welcome Puerto Ricans to the States. That’s insane. Besides, if not for Puerto Ricans, Latinos in general really, this would be a very different United States. Think of all the culture we’d be missing out on, not to mention the food. Learn to appreciate what’s different about one another instead of blaming everyone for America’s problems. Politicians, if you ask me, are the main problem.

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  246. Donald might have money but lost his mind, he belongs in a mental ward!!! hahaha

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  247. Donald might money but had lost his mind, he belongs in a mental ward!!!!!

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  248. Puerto Rica is a USA territory. He should read up on geography!

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  249. Leave it to an idiot to determine what or where Puerto- Ricans should be citizens or immigrants. People with no knowledge of Tainos can never and will comprehend the status of true Native- Americans which PR are

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  250. Okay, I am not upset about what he said because let’s face it he has said some of the dumbest things I have ever heard. He has alienated so many people and races. Maybe we need to refresh our own minds with the fact that the Indians were here first. If he wants to send people back to their own home country the he will have to get rid of everybody and give the land back to its rightful owners. So Trump I hope you like it where your ancestors came from because I love my island and always will…

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  251. Shamisha,

    If I understand you correctly…you are saying that Latinos are responsible for whatever racism or discrimination they encounter.

    If someone mistreats, abuses or discriminates against a Latino, it is the Latino’s fault.

    Would you make this same statement with regard to African-Americans, and other racial / ethnic groups? Or does it apply just to Latinos?

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  252. Get all the facts before hand, those who’ve read this article and automatically feed into it are putting themselves in a hazardous position! That said, if it is true than you need to stop thinking that just you and your race joining up will be enough, do you even know why your being treated like this. Here’s a hint ‘ How do American latinos treat other races ‘

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  253. He never said this. I am not voting for Trump, but to see Hispanics jumping up and down over something he never said makes us all look stupid and uneducated. You have just proven that to be true.

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  254. Besides, you would believe sharpton, he is an even bigger racist than trump and has been for longer than trump!

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  255. Where is the evidence or a video of him sing this? He may be racist, but evidence is necessary

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  256. I do not have time for idiots like this Animal Trump😡😡😡😡😡

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  257. I do not like Donald Trump..I am Puerto Rican
    and have lived musy of my life in the main land, U.S.A. but I do not believe that he said such stupid remarks…you have to be stupid and insane to publicly say such stupid remarks.

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  258. The things that are being said now about Hispanics/Latinos were pronounced by these same folks and their elders a generation or two ago about a group of peoples whom were enslaved and forced to come to this country (Black African-Americans as we are now called), so hang tough, resist the calls to return to “your homeland”, be strong and this to will pass, remember 68% are for you, just never forget those who choose to be in that 32%!!!

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  259. TO ALL MY PUERTORICAN BROTHERS SISTERS UNCLES GRANDFATHERS ALL US WHO HAVE THE RIGHT TO VOTE LETS TEACH A LESSON TO A FOOL LIKE DONALD TRUMP COME ELECTIONS DAY SHOW UP AND VOTE AGAINST THE NEXT HITLER SO WE CAN LIBERATE AMERICA FROM THE TREAT THAT HE REPRESENT AGAINST ALL US LATIN AMERICANS.

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  260. this is NOT true it is just negative propaganda against him. There is NOT one credible news source that can be sited for this. If he did say this, wouldn’t it be on CNN???? He didn’t so its not… Remember not everything you read on the internet is true… My boyfriend is a French model….Al Sharpton said this!!!!!!! http://www.theblaze.com/…/al-sharpton-doesnt-think…/

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  261. I truly believe that the hair spray has finally taken a spin for the worse on his brain… if you seem to be so smart for real estate, how come your words seems to be getting dumber and dumber…us Puerto Rican’s don’t have a citizenship, since 1917 Puerto Rico has been part of the US as a commonwealth but you probably already knew that… which brings me to my next thought of… Trump is doing all of this to light up the political media or worse….(to try to prove that evil has a bigger hand in this world)…which by the way that is not the fact…This Nation was founded under God and we have gotten away from all of that…prayers will continue to be made for God to lead us into a better election year….

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  262. I think Mr. Trump is being told what todo. Theres people that are unknown and inside curtains telling him what to say. This has alot todo with One World Order. He is a puppet and this is going to get worst. Its biblical it has to come to pass. When you dont have God in your heart then your soul will always be cold like satan. Matthew 24:7 – For nation shall rise against nation, and kingdom against kingdom: and there shall be famines, and pestilences, and earthquakes, in divers places. That’s the gospel truth!

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  263. @therealDonaldTrump This COUNRTY belongs to The Puerto Rican people as much as The African American, The White American and whoever else American that was born on this here soil. Donald Trump is a pea head with a bunch of pea head followers who don’t know any better and who all have racism instilled deep within their roots. I Love my country, but these Politicians are a joke. Donald Duck your mouth is gonna be, not only your downfall, but your brands demise. Don’t you know that We The People stands for We not You, oh I forgot you’re a pea brain with lots of money. Stay in your lane, The Business Lane and stay out of The People’s Way, especially Latinos. You’re digging your own hole.Money isn’t Everything get that out your Pea Brain. As for Sharptinnie, you should know better coming from the city of Brotherly Love. Where most of the population is Puerto Rican and African American. Your own people know you’re a fraud, a wanna be, a something or someone you will NEVER be. You only come out when major media outlets gets involved Or if you know it’ll get you publicity. What’s going in in this world where the real Leaders at. After President Obama leaves office we’re in for a big surprise. #lastofadyingbreed

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  264. Trump’s mother was a Scottish immigrant, born on the Isle of Lewis, off the west coast of Scotland. Trump’s paternal grandparents were German immigrants. He deport his ass and his fkn family back to where they came from as well since they are also immigrants.

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  265. I have being listening and reading about Donald Trump and his controversy against Puerto Ricans. What is his deal? Did his hair surgery compress his brain? You just can’t walk into the presidency and declare that you will take the citizenship of any race. You cannot send every immigrant back to their country just because you don’t like them. All that has to go thru a process and the president cannot make decisions just because he is president. Congress makes all the decisions and they are not going to put this nation at risk just because a jackass wants to remove every single Hispanic and Latin Americans out of this nation. Guess what MORON you need us if you want to win the Presidency you IDIOT. Don’t forget the majority of votes comes from minorities. We are the back bone of this nation. No one works harder as we do to move forward. No one. So if Donald Trump wants all the immigrants out of United States, wouldn’t he be getting a ticket to get the hell out too? After all he is also an immigrant. ONLY A DUMB ASS WOULD SPEAK WITHOUT RECONGITION. Self examine before you speak. No one can spit up it will always land on your face.

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  266. My father served this country in Vietnam wile you were fucking around with your fathers money. So you ignorant prick you would have never got were you at if my father and manny other Puero Ricans and Vietnam vets would have not fought for this country. So you non military fucker. Don’t talk shit if you can’t explain yours self correctly.

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  267. What is all your fuss about trump with a small T. You will not trump the Puerto Ricans, because we are Americans. And as far as sharpton is concerned with a small S. Because he is not that sharp, I don’t listen to morons. Especially morons that instigate arguments between cultures and people. Now let me say something else.. I don’t recall trumpet here with his big mouth running around in a piece of leather tied around his waist or feathers on his head. He too is a son of an Immigrant. Because as I recall my American History. The only true American here is the American Indian. Or is he going to take them out of America also. So who gave this trumpet a candle for this funeral or sharpie here for that matter. If trumpet here becomes and I mean “IF” he becomes president He better not even try to take us out, because when you point at us with your index finger, your thumb is pointing right back at you. Don’t play with Peoples race, you don’t know what you’re getting yourself into. Eh Dicho

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  268. Like all other articles, everyone interputes and misinterputes to their benefit. Just get educated on what is being said, don’t go half cucked firering blanks cause you don’t know or misunderstood what is being said.

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  269. can any check the last time trump run for office ? if he trump want my take my citizenship hes welcome to take but he will never have my pride to be born in puerto rico .

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  270. Nothing but lies. As a Puertorican myself I called those that think this is true -Sheeples. First my people have fought and died for USA since 1898. We have paid taxes and contributed to the social security. Puerto Rico itself detained illegals from Haiti in the 1970’s to the 1980’s. I know I saw the camps. American citizens are tired of the illegals coming into the country and getting for free education, health, housing and other goodies while the rest of us have to pay for it. Enough is enough!

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  271. where is a link to the actual speech? In this age, journalists no longer report the news from a neutral point of view. I would like the opportunity to listen to the speech in its entirety and draw my own conclusions.

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  272. Wow!!! People actually believing in what Al Sharpton has to say. Pitiful. Statements like these are fear mongering tactics by the likes of Univision and other Latin Americans who want all of their families / friends to be legallized. Puerto Ricans are not immigrants. They are U.S. citizens by birth just like any other U.S. citizen. They gained the right to citizenship in 1917. How did they pay for it? Well, what was going on around 1917? WWI! That’s right… many of them were called to military duty. People need to get informed. I was approached by a neighbor who was shocked that I was a conservative latino man. He said did you know that Republicans are trying to prevent Puerto Ricans from voting for the president of U.S. Well, Puerto Ricans while on the island have never been able to vote for the President of the U.S. However, if they live on the mainland they can vote for the president of their choice. And please do not misunderstand me. I do not agree with everything that Trump says. However, I dislike when people spread misinformation because they disagree with what that person says.

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  273. So lets return you back to London. The real americans are the native americans. Get your history right and your facts straight.

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  274. This is idiotic and for all those who believe Donald Trump has said such things, I pity the fools. Most Mexicans especially Univision would want us Puerto Ricans to believe this. Don’t be fooled. We are supposed to be more intelligent than this. Check out the sources, with today’s social media anyone can say anything and make people doubt or even believe these falsehoods.

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  278. Trump let me tell you that you don’t have a chance to win ever, that’s one; second this North America nation is falling apart and down, Do you want to take the fault, being President of a nation who is falling down? ? I don’t think so! So you are fired!! Resign..thirdly Puerto Rico is a blessed island and you are messing directly with the almighty, I am just waiting to see God’s hands over you..and by the way I pray for this nation my nation to be forgiven and God who is mercyfull may do so, but don’t even dare to touch the apple of his eyes, you or even others. Please educate yourselves, this nation need to learn and respect History..President to come, include in the curriculum the Puerto Rico history to North America. If not the word of God say “my people are dying because they don’t have knowledge”

    Be wise!

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  279. This website is very one sided, a forum is NOT a reliable source. You’re feeding the stupidity. Trump has no chance, and even he knows not to mess with PR. They took out the military from Vieques and Puerto Ricans don’t let anyone mess with their freedom. People are adding fuel to this story, but all Latinos need to gather to fight bigotry not just one group.

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  280. The remarks of Trump and Sharpton are irrelevant. Trump will never win this election. NEVER.

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  281. This article and all those articles are fake..LMAO!!!!!!! people are actually believing this…HAHAHA

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  282. Puerto Ricans beware of those words,and remember the Nuremberg laws of 1933 when the Jews lost their German citizenship.

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  283. Understand, folks, that Trump is chasing the Republican nomination, so he’s appealing to Republican voters now. Most Republicans are low-information bigots and racists. If you attack Blacks, Latinos, Muslims, Asians, etc. they’ll vote for you. That’s why they are Republicans.
    The way to beat Trump and these bigots is to VOTE when the general election comes around. Too many minority voters siton their lazy aXXes and don’t go to the polls to vote. Look what happened in the congressional elections in 2014. You can bet the bigots don’t stay home. They vote. Fortunately today there are enough Blacks, Latinos, Asians, etc. to make a difference if they would only get out and vote.
    Understand?

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  284. Puerto Rico is not a third world country, just like Hispanics from any country have to learn English because they now live in the U.S., then so should Americans learn Spanish when living in a country where the language is Spanish. That there is discrimination, of course there is discrimination in the entire world, we as the human race refuse to accept each other’s differences. Everyone thinks their culture is better than the next; to single out one culture from the next is pitiful. I was born in Puerto Rico and raised in New York City from the age of one, I consider myself American,but I am Puerto Rican. I speak both languages fluently because I chose to be well spoken no matter where I live. God intended us to love each other not fight and kill each other because of where you were born or the color of your skin. In reality our country was created by immigrants who came here from all parts of the world, that’s why it is called the United States. Learn the language in the country you live in and things will be easier.

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  285. TRUMP makes me laugh. Because even I can see how UNEDUCATED TRUMP is, 1st of all WHAT IS an AMERICAN RACE… American was Built by Mexican, Irish, Italian, African, Chinese, Greek, ect… If you become President. I will revoke my own citizinship. But, You gotta go back to you countey too. I bet you we were citizens before you, and if you had any class or education. Pedro Albizu Campos. PUERTO RICAN help your people with their independence.

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  286. The American RACE????? you axxhole!! what exactly is the AMERICAN RACE????? So I guess you better take away the citizenship of 90% of thepeople who live on the mainland of the US and don’t even get me starte with those Hawaiins or Alaskins!! Who the hell knows what RACE they are….

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  287. If you even dared to think you would win; now all the latino votes are totally lost Are you stupid or what?????????

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  288. I agree, he is so f****d up he thinks he is Hitler’s rencarnation. What would happen if all our PR kidds stop going to the US wars…..& we can’t even vote for the president. Al coño del carajo Mr Trump; ahi es donde va a irse a podrir con to y peluca…….viejo del demonio (usted si que es el mismito Satanas)

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  289. Listen Im an American who moved to Puerto Rico a few years ago. The life here is not easy, discrimination is alot. And I havent gotten a job since Ive been here. After a year of “No, you dont speak correctly.” I gave up, its a 3rd world country. And aside from my current issues now my wife a Puerto Rican. Id like to come home. But no job no money only lived off of less than $400 a mt in foodstamp the time i lived here. My daugther is a bottomless pit and $400 is not enough for a family to live off of. And no help with anything even with their programs to “help the needy” how you going to choose a drug adict over a family even churches have denied a 7 yr old girl food over a drug user. We as Americans on this island are treated like crap. Here again Im an American treated like crap by my wife her family and other people here as well. Trying to get home and forced to stay due to no job. But everyone here has iphone,tablets, cars, ect…. After 3 yr a friend for 8 mts gave me a truck and hes from the states too and knows the opression we go thru and is trying to help. I thank him every day. But other people lets not get started on them. And a female friend from the island who travels back n forth is the only other friend whos helped me. You want Trump out i can agree with that. Hes a self centered person not good for any country. Bad attitud and if elected we’d all go to hell in a hand basket. O wait a quote from a song i like”this is all hell now, we living in it. But this B.S. will be over in a min.” Song by my fav group Insane Clown Posse, Whoop Whoop! If not for the though it needs. Take a second look at this place we call earth. All who suffer daily? What kind of haven is this? A man so depress cant find his own. And tried. OUT WITH Trump! Find someone else.

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  290. there are both analytical and foolish people on this forum, 1st puerto ricans only fear becoming a state because they are fed lies to think our rights and culture will be taken away, to clear that out of the way, due to the grandfather law the only important law that will stay is our land is ours and cannot be taxed or taken by the government, and our culture is our culture, that is up to us to trive and push to our future nothing a law or becoming a state can take away from us, second, i live and was born in Florida but many racist and ignorant people have forgotten a very solid proof that the Spanish all together make this country, my Florida state flag is a dedication to our heritage ancestry and culture. the on our flag is a representation of aragon whom was a nation responsible of forming Spain whom in the early 1400’s began a conquest of the wold that has not broken but has grown, and second in the center of that flag is not a British soldier but a conquistador showing our unification with the Seminoles here. this land and 80% of american continent as a whole is Spanish, south america, central america and north america. we are the spanish we are spreading and we cant be shot down. i also want people to understand that Hispanic is not a race or an accurate portrayal of us, Hispaniola was the large island of what now is the Dominican republic and Haiti of the central islands so classifying us as Hispanics is completely incorrect. we are american we are spanish and these are our ethnicity. go to spain and tell me that we are not white cause im 00% sure that im freiing white and the ony advantage to my white than to british white is that i tan and your burn. Than you and i hope this helps encourage understanding and unison.

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  291. Donald Trump & Reverand Sharp both can go straight to EL CARAJO ……..Puerto Rican style.

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  292. First time in my life I see a self-proclaimed Presidential candidate so dumb and stupid. If elected, the whole nation should be locked because they would be insane….this is just a nightmare. This individual speaks that way while in the other hand has lucrative businesses in Puerto Rico, so I cannot understand. did he ever took history in school? How he became an American Citizen? Is he a legal resident? I ask because WE are or is it that he forgot the ABC of American History? He is just looking for public recognition, but has followers that are showing to be more ignorant than he is!!!

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  293. PAST HISTORY, HITLER 1930s PRESENT HISTORY, TRUMP 2015 That is what it sounds to me. The question is did we learn anything from our past, did we teach our children well? That is yet to be seen. Trump can bring to surface that very strong under-current of discrimination and racism that prevails in a lot of “Unitedstations”, Americans are all that where born in the Americas.

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  294. Trump es un moderns fascista chauvinists moderns y super peligroso

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  295. i so this coming,when he star with the mexican’s,,he is the new Hitler,i beat you he don’t even sever in the military.in my family many server in a every war the american’s went,4th generations.he don’t even know that was boricua faitting in the civil war.Will be good El Chapo take care of him.Mexican’s and Boricauas work so hard for what we have for this idiot wanted to taked away from us.I can stand this person give me the jivigivies every time i see him in TV

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  296. Mr. Is not an ignorant guy. He has been in Puerto Rico many times. Even he has investments in the Island. Those who invented this hoax is having a ball with the help of others that keep repeating the same B S again and again.

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  297. If Mr. Trump wants to help Puerto Rico lets do it now. Independence is the best for PR. No more Jones Act that takes 49 Billions in taxes away from the island every year. We do not need Mr. Trump nor his followers.

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  298. Al “skinny” Sharpton” ? Et tu Brutus??????? Demuestra y promueve el racismo de los afro-Americanos hacia los latinos. Verguenza le deberia dar al reverendo !!!!!!!!!!!

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  299. HE HAS TO SE HIS EXWIFE AND POSIBLE SON OR DAUGHTER OUT THEY I THINK ARE POLACKS .

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  300. Reblogged this on STORY 2 SUCCESS BLOG and commented:
    There is one thing I want to point out to Americans, all these reports about how people of different colour and race are been treated in American soil is given a very bad and dangerous image about your country. Just remember that no man is an island you need them just as they need you. am worried what the impact of your actions today would have on your children and their children after them when people of other race and nationality can not trust you. Donald Trump if elected will be the worst president in american history because he is hot headed he does not give enough taught before he speaks or takes actions which would affect America if he is elected so you so called American’s should treat people the way you want to be treated or better still put your self in there shoes. Theses are just my opinions

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  301. I would not even dignify anything Trump says with an answer. It would engaging on his level. I don’t believe in casting pearls to the swine.

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  302. Puerto Ricans should have to go through the same process as us Cubans had to go through to come to this country. It would give you a better appreciation for it.

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  303. He is attacking anyone who is Latin. Mexicans, Puerto Ricans, Cubans, etc., this idiot must be taken off of the TV before there is a war against Latinos.

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  304. Reblogged this on Marcar Visions and commented:
    The same happened when Trump made the racist comments about Mexicans at his presidential announcement speech. This no longer joke and instead it is scary to know the REAL racist thoughts of the “American” people. I at a lost for words, but I will regain control and will write my thoughts on this, coming soon!

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  305. Should they really made those statements demonstrate their ignorance about the Puerto Rico status. The Jones Act of 1917 made us De facto citizens, our people was never polled if we want that status or not it was imposed because USA needs our men to fight in WWI. I don’t think they have notice we are (Latinos) the number one minority in the U.S. Shame on both ignorant bastards.

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  306. I just want to hear when he talked about Puerto Rico from his own mouth ! !!! I HOPE it is not true . ..but if it is I think the man is crazy!

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  307. Maria, That statement about him buying Puerto Rico was published by a spoof magazine. Trump never said that either. Don’t let our people be used this way.

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  308. PEOPLE: DON’T LET THEM USE US AS “USEFUL IDIOTS”. SHARPTON AND COMPANY WANT TO USE PUERTO RICANS TO STOP TRUMP. TRUMP NEVER SAID ANYTHING ABOUT PUERTO RICANS AND US CITIZENSHIP. NOS ESTÁN BUSCANDO UNA PELEA DE GRATIS. I DON’T SUPPORT TRUMP BUT I FIND IT DISRESPECTFUL THAT PEOPLE ARE USING OUR IGNORANCE. SHARPTON REALLY THINKS WE ARE STUPID.

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  309. Donald Trump is ignorant and a bully. Al Sharpton should not call himself a minister by agreeing with Trump
    Trumps parents were immigrants. Sharpton is not exempt in this matter as well . Both are monopolizing the political climate in Puerto Rico to sway negative feelings toward Puerto Rico . I am proud to be born on the island of Puerto Rico . I arrived hereI have 58 years ago and have worked hard to accomplish what I have through hard work and perseverance . I am proud to be an American citizen and the daughter of one of the men who fought two wars for this country to secure its freedoms World War II and the Korean conflict. I am proud to be a solid contributor to this country and will not give my vote to individuals who use false and heated rhetoric to obtain popular vote. If the American public really believed “the Donald and Al Sharpton than everything the Kennedys and Martin Luther King died for is in vain. Those liberties that Sharpton and trump’s ancestors worked for are in vain. I am proud to be the thread in that American flag and Trump’s or Sharpton’s ignorance and hatred will not break that thread. Both should be ashamed of using the right to free speech to spread hate towards the Latin people as a whole. They are threatened by the power within the Latin vote so it is only fit to divide and conquer in their small brains!

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  310. trump your PR name is
    MARTY KOHN
    or maybe you prefer
    KAA BRON…
    Your choice,either fits perfectly…
    #Orangetrolldoll
    #Stupidclown

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  311. I wouldn’t be surprised if he gets selected and not elected to become president because of his banker buddies either buying votes, or rigging up machines. They fear the mighty nation of Boriquen because we are waking up and finding out who we are. Taínos were part of the Arawak Indian nation. We could easily try to claim reparations on that alone. Targeting Puerto Ricans is like what they did with the Arabs. Profiling them to a point, that an ignorant public considers them all terrorists. But they should reconsider they’re agenda, because everybody should know that we don’t go down without a fight.

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  312. Unfortunately Bob, it is not the “end of story.”

    Nor is anyone “judging the entire US based on one idiot’s statements.”

    Trump is leading the GOP field with 32% of the vote.

    When 32% support Trump, and give him a more than 2:1 advantage over the runner-up…

    When Trump is getting more support than the bottom 14 candidates ALL COMBINED…

    It is not longer “one idiot’s statements.”

    It is a large cross-section of America, supporting that idiot’s statements.

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  313. To imply that Donald Trump’s statements is a deep mirror into the American psyche is ignorant. Many Americans enjoy the beauty of Puerto Rican culture and the majority of Americans aren’t billionaires who can shoot their mouth off with stupid comments just to get media attention. Anyone who judges the entire US based on one idiot’s statements is an idiot also. I personally wouldn’t judge all Puerto Ricans based on one persons statements. There are MANY different types of cultures all throughout the US and Puerto Rican culture is another thread that makes up the tapestry that is the US and the world. Don’t play the victim card, it is a cheap trick.

    Donald Trump is a clown, end of story.

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  314. Be advise that those are false comments of the originator, there’s no original video or audio about those Trump comments, Be aware I will just wait for the evidence to be posted here,,,,If they dont erease my comments from this blog first, I will post them in other sources…

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  315. To all Puertorican here, I been reading and most of them are saying I am an American first and then Puertorican. Please educate yourself before writing. Puerto Rico is a territory or the United Stated of American and we are born citizen so even though you are born in N.Y and not in Puerto Rico but your parents are from the Island WE ARE AMERICAN NO MATTER WHERE WE WERE BORN. ALSO TRUMP CANT REMOVE CITIZENSHIP THAT WILL BE UNCONSTITUTIONAL AND THE ISLAND HAS TO REQUEST TO GIVE UP CITIZENSHIP. SO NO TRUMP CAN DO NOTHING ABOUT THAT. THEN DO YOU THINK AFTER U.S. WAS GIVEN AN ISLAND WHERE IS CENTER OF COMERCIAL AND INTERNATIONAL, DO YOU THINK U.S. WILL GIVE IT AWAY.. REGARDLESS HOW P.R IS NOW WITH ECONOMY, WELL LOOK AT THE US IS HURTING TOO. SO PEOPLE STOP CALLING PUERTORICAN IMMIGRANTS BECAUSE WE ARE NOT WE ARE AMERICANS RELOCATED IN THE STATE. LIKE ANY BODY WHO IS TO MOVE FROM N.Y TO FL.. OTHER WISE IF YOU MOVE FROM ONE US TERRITORY SUCH AS N.Y TO ANOTHER U.S TERRITORY FL YOU WILL BE AN IMMIGRANT TOO..

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  316. In Realty it is “Location, location, location and in politics it is: Put out an outlandish statement to get on the 6 pm news. Have your name in their faces even if you are a “Nut Job”. Donald TRAMP I mean, Tramp, I mean Trump.

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  317. PLEASE DO IT, IN THAT WAY WE GET OUT OF THIS RELATIONSHIP WITH THE USA AND WILL BE FREE TO ENTER IN A RELATIONSHIP WITH ANY COUNTRY OF THE WORLD WITHOUT TO HAVE TO ASK TO THE STATE DEPT. OF YOUR NATION. THAT WHAT MOST OF THE PR PEOPLE THAT LIVE IN PR WANT.

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  318. Trump is a racist plain and simple, and so is Sharpton. I only ask that my Puerto Ricans act with courage and dignity as we have always done. No violence, or destruction of our communities as others do; we are an educated culture. They are jealous of us because they cannot compete with us.

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  319. The author of the article states “Is this what many Americans still think of us?”. That statement alone reinforces the ignorance and disconnect of the Puerto Rican people. If you live in the states it only takes a few minutes to discover that North Americans are for the most part intolerant of anyone that does not conform to the culture. That means language, skin color, nationalist ideals etc. If you live in Puerto Rico and know your history (which most Puerto Rican do not) you can quickly notice the ongoing persecution of the United State towards the Puerto Rican population. Puerto Rico seems to have the abused wife syndrome. The more the wife is abuse the more the wife defense the husband. The wife will not leave her husband because she is afraid. The syndrome can be applied to the Puerto Rican population. The Puerto Rican population needs to wake up.

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  320. To hear a presidential candidate make these comments is nerve racking.
    A person like that is mentally unstable.
    He has filed for bankruptcy many times what do you think he will do to this great nation.
    How many people has he affected and ruined their lives.
    Is this what we really want.
    As most rich people they look down as if they are God’s.
    He needs to have his head check.
    You don’t hear him bashing the Mexicans anymore after he received THE EMAIL.
    HE HAS TO BE FAIRED.
    DON’T VOTE FOR HIM…

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  321. And just to make matters worse, the media is not confronting Trump with his blatant racism that began with his comments about President Obama not being an American citizen either. By not confronting it, it amounts to a tacit approval. At least in the 1950s, the media confronted Senator Joseph McCarthy which led to his downfall.

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  322. Until I see a tape showing him say that, I truly believe this is a LIE.

    Trump has property in PR, and he would NEVER SAY anything to that light.

    The Univision source is the same two unreliable sources that are cited…

    Este Orocoveño no lo Cree…

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  323. IRS Topic 901 – Is a Person With Income From Puerto Rico Required to File a U.S. Federal Income Tax Return?

    “If you are a United States citizen or resident alien and are a bona fide resident of Puerto Rico during the entire tax year, you generally are not required to file a U.S. federal income tax return if your only income is from sources within Puerto Rico.”

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  324. Trump is the epitome of STUPIDITY, RACISM, and INHUMANITY! IF elected president, I’m sure he’ll find some other groups to try & eliminate from his AMERICAN RACE as he calls it ! First it was the Mexicans & other South AMERICAN groups, now it’s Puerto Ricans. Who will be next is anybody’s guess. Sound like HITLER MUCH? I believe it would be the beginning of the end for the US…It will be a government of TRUMP, by TRUMP, and for TRUMP…and to hell with everyone else.. It is kinda scary to think that so many people might be behind this ignoramus and his politics. I guess these people want a NAZI government like the one that Puerto Ricans also fought against in WWII & other wars the U.S. was involved in…I guess the message of NEVER FORGET has been forgotten…

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  325. I can not believe this guy is billionare! With such ignorance and arrogance it is mind blowing. Now, that is if the story is true and accurate. Anyway, I would not be surprised because this is the prevalent attitude of most of the population of USA. He is really looking for an ass whipping!

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  326. Well Mr Trump, while you grew up spoon fed by your rich father, my father served in the Korean War with 65th infantry and twice in Vietnam. My served in the Vietnam war as well and I’m retired Air Force after serving 23 years in the military. Coming from immigrant family what sacrifices have you made to make entitled to call yourself American? You were born here? You should be so proud that you can call yourself American just because you were born. Meanwhile, many Hispanics, not just Puerto Ricans have given their lives so that you can call yourself American and insult us.

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  327. Simply disgusted with this clown!
    Why not revoke the citizenship of the Italians blaming them for the Mafia? Or maybe the Irish, Polish, German…..
    I am a native New Yorker, US Citizen and of Puerto Rican heritage.
    Growing up in the Melting pot called New York I was taught that all of the different cultures are what make our nation unique in the world.
    Trump is third generation German/Scottish, so this makes him more American than Hitler, I guess; sure has some parallel views though that makes you wonder how dangerous he really is…..

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  328. While dismissing on the ass-hattedness of Trump is fast becoming de rigeur, we should see an opportunity here to carry the discussion to a higher level. We all (Trump included) know that Puertoricans are US citizens. On the outside chance he is elected POTUS, only a series of Acts of Congress could change that (clarifying Puerto Rico´s status as de facto colony, the restatement of US citizenship as an imposition linked to the such status, etc.). Thus a wonderful chance has opened up here to point out the internationally recognized unfairness of the US´hold on PR and therefore, it should, by such various Acts of Congress, immediately declare PR´s position to be akin to the French and British colonies prior to their independence pending suitable arrangements regarding voting eligibility and conduct of an Independence referendum. We win. It is essential in this time when PR´s troubles are in the news (and demagogic politicians use that for their own xenophobic ends) that we take the high ground and demand full and sovereign freedom to be our own country.

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  329. I was for Trump,not anymore,lm an AMERICAN AND from Puerto Rico first.I will ask this kind of politician,respect, don’t play with the dignity of this country and it people.

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  330. Puerto Rican citizenship if born in Puerto Rico is by statue or The Jones Act of 1917 and this act can be revoked by congress. It’s not likely to happen. American Citizenship for those born in the United States can never be revoked because your citizenship is protected under the constitution. That is why all political parties in Puerto Rico state that we have a second rate citizenship and the only way is for Puerto Rico to become a state. American citizenship has always been a topic debated in Puerto Rico. All acts and statues (laws) can be revised and revoked.

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  331. Donald Trump should read Nelson Denis’s extraordinary history of Puerto Rico and her people. In fact, it should be mandatory reading for anyone who fails to understand the contributions Puerto Ricans have made to our society. All nations can look with shame upon some in their midst, but the forbearance of the people of Puerto Rico who were virtually enslaved by the plantation owners living in luxury in the United States is well documented. The War Against All Puerto Ricans lays out the facts with complete scholarly exactness and painstaking research. Read this book! If you do not shed tears or feel remorse, at least ask yourself how could this have happened in the land of the free. Trump is of the same school that virtually enslaved Puerto Ricans for generations, and now he wants to rid America or them? What citizenry will he marginalize next?

    Every library in every university, every town, and every school should have The War Against All Puerto Ricans by Nelson Antonio Denis on its shelves. It is history written as it should be, simply the facts. Denis has a point of view but in his text, “the truth speaks for itself.”

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  332. Ignorance is bliss, this Mussolini clown is a Stalin type Wall Builder wanna be. Totally Impudent in any attempt to revoke anything much less the citizenship of the Boricua. The only Immigrant here is Trump himself and we the indigenous people of this continent should revoke his Illegal citizenship and send him and his entire demand seed back to wherever they migrated from.

    Baibramael

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  333. Donald Trump is getting everyone worked up. Don’t you see this is just another attempt to gain publicity? We all know that he will never become president. Don’t give him so much credit. He’s ignorant.

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  334. Trump is now an official Ass Clown! There is really only one race, the HUMAN race. I vote we kick him out of it.

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  335. Es interesante ver como hay gran numero de gente que apoyan a Trump. Dicen las encuestas que el gran numero de sus seguidores son personas poco instruidas , en otras palabras (ignorantes) ! No hay que temerle a los ignorantes por ser ignorantes si no por ser muchos! Ya esta postura que ha tomado Trump ha cambiado en clima entre los que viven en US. Se siente ! Verdaderamente se siente , y el cambio no es para bien si no que Trump a alborotado y provovocado a muchos a la violencia y la intensificacion del prejuicio ! Trump es un terrorista!

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  336. Reblogged this on It Is What It Is and commented:
    “Donald Trump will never be president of the United States. But he is rapidly becoming our national therapist … a deep mirror into the American psyche … where angels and demons, and hidden resentments, have been festering for many years.”

    Donald Trump is the perfect representative of the “Ugly American” …. this seems to be the lowest of the low! I’m sure more will follow!!

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  337. slow down , your buying into his game . 1 he has to be Elected by the Electoral collage. 2 It takes a ACT OF CONGRESS to revoke the citizenship of any one and NOT the President . Sonia andThe Supremes would never up hold that. He is only feeding the democrats with more ammo to bring him and the other 16 down

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  338. Looks like some folks need to brush up on Civics 101: Yes, the federal appeals judge is the child of Puerto Rican parents. But no, Puerto Ricans are not immigrants. They are U.S. citizens and have been since 1917.

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  339. We had a saying, when I started work on my first job: “Be nice to the elevator boy; you may meet him on the way down.”
    Trump better watch his mouth, because when the coming currency crisis hits, and the dollar isn’t worth bubkas, he may
    have to move to Puerto Rico.

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  340. We used to have a saying, when I started work on my first job: “Be nice to the elevator boy; you may meet him
    on the way down.” Trump better watch his mouth, because when the coming currency crisis hits and the dollar isn’t
    worth bubkas, he might have to move to Puerto Rico.

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  341. Donald Trump also made the statement that
    “He’s going to purchase the Commonwealth of Puerto Rico in order to resolve it’s debt crisis and rename it Puerto Trump”.
    He is playing a dangerous game, he’s playing with race.

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