The founder of Latinos for Trump has been widely mocked online by threatening there will be more readily-available tacos if Trump loses the US Election.
This came a day after Donald Trump’s visit to Mexico on Wednesday, where he vowed to begin mass deportations in his first hour in office if elected.
Marco Gutierrez, the founder of the pro-Trump Latino group outlined his reasons for supporting the controversial candidate on MSNBC.
He said: “My culture is a very dominant culture and it’s imposing and it’s causing problems.
“If you don’t do something about it, you’re going to have taco trucks on every corner”.
This statement has been widely mocked online as not much of a threat.
However, it appears as if Mr Trump would not be opposed to having more readily-available Mexican food.
On Cinco de Mayo, he posted a photograph of himself enjoying a taco bowl at Trump Tower Grill.
The taco bowl he ate was a taco shell filled to the brim with ground beef, jalapeños, tomatoes, and chili spices, and costs $13.50 (£9.32).
His comments about Hispanics have not always been this favourable.
He said during his campaign launch last year: “When Mexico sends their people [to the US], they are not sending their best. They are bringing drugs, they are bringing crime, they’re rapists. “
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