NEW YORK, NY - JUNE 16: Business mogul Donald Trump points as he gives a speech as he announces his candidacy for the U.S. presidency at Trump Tower on June 16, 2015 in New York City. Trump is the 12th Republican who has announced running for the White House. (Photo : Christopher Gregory/Getty Images)
Despite the hate and rift that he created, Donald Trump is convinced that he will win Latino votes.
Donald Trump has lost millions in business when he made inappropriate comments about Mexicans. However, the billionaire businessman is convinced that he will win the Latino vote.
In an article by Latino Fox News, the Republican candidate for the presidential elections in America still firmly believes that he will win the votes of Latin people.
"They love me. I love them," Trump said speaking about Latinos.
With his interview with NBC News, the business mogul says he is still strongly against illegal immigration. Trump described the immigration policy which is favored by the Democratic candidate Hillary Clinton as a permission to "let everybody come in ... killers, criminals, drug dealers."
"Don't try and convince me that there's no crime, that [immigration] is wonderful," the business man said.
Although there were many that were insulted by his harsh comments about Mexicans, Trump still refuses to apologize. The businessman believes that "there is nothing to apologize for" while saying that he will still be able to get the votes of Latinos because of his record in giving them jobs.
"I have a great relationship with the Mexican people. I have many people working for me - look at the job in Washington - I have many legal immigrants working with me. And many of them come from Mexico. They love me, I love them. And I'll tell you something, if I get the nomination, I'll win the Latino vote," said Donald.
He also threw a lot of punches on his biggest rival on the presidential chair, Hillary Clinton. He criticized that Mrs. Clinton will not be able to create jobs and that she is weak when it comes to immigration.
"Hillary Clinton is not going to be able to create jobs, I will tell you right now. Neither is Jeb Bush going to be able to create jobs. I will create jobs and the Latinos will have jobs that they don't have right now. And I will win that vote," Trump mentioned. "Hillary's weak on immigration. I might be divisive on immigration, but she's weak on immigration, which is far worse."
He also boasted that there are many Mexicans who are working for him with legal papers. But his stand remains defiant citing that it's not just Latinos he is against when it comes to legal immigration.
"These aren't just Mexican people. Mexico doesn't want people, and they're forcing them into our country, and we're taking them and putting them in our jails and our hospitals, and we're paying them money through different sources. It's a disgrace," Donald said.