By H. Nelson Goodson
Hispanic News Network U.S.A.
March 29, 2016
Milwaukee, WI - On Thursday, more than 400 people peacefully marched from the Voces de la Frontera (VDLF) office building located in the Southside of Milwaukee to the Riverside Theater to protest the candidates from the Republican political party of hate especially Donald J. Trump. Trump is considered a racist for spreading hate including violence targeted at minorities and protesters. CNN was hosting a debate at the Rivierside Theater between candidates for the Republican nomination for president.
Trump has received an unwelcome to Milwaukee by a large organized protest sponsored by various groups including VDLF in downtown.
Trump has ran an anti-immigrant and hate campaign to divide Americans, according to protest groups. Trump's Hitler style political tactic and propaganda has attracted supremacy groups, which have endorsed him.
Governor Scott Walker (R) on Tuesday endorsed Ted Cruz for president adding another blow to the Trump bigoted campaign. Walker is expected to get help from Cruz to pay off his $1M campaign debt when he unsuccessfully ran for president.
Trump's campaign manager, Cory Lewandowski, 42, turned himself to Jupiter City police in Florida after misdemeanor battery charges were filed and an arrest warrant was issued. He will have a court appearance on May 4. Trump's manager mishandled female Breitbart News reporter, Mitchelle Fields while questioning Trump and he denied the allegation until security footage show him doing so.
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