Univision owner Haim Saban pushes Clinton team to Latino strategy


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Major Hillary Clinton donor and Univision owner Haim Saban pushed Clinton to come out more forcefully against Donald Trump for his remarks about Mexican immigrants — but also expressed concerned that Univision was starting to be seen as too pro-Clinton, hacked emails released by Wikileaks show.

In the summer of 2015, shortly after Trump launched his campaign with the pronouncement that Mexico sends over illegal immigrants who are “rapists”, Saban told the Clinton team in multiple emails and phone calls that he thought Clinton needed to do more to push back on the comments and shore up Latino support.

"Haim thinks we are under reacting to Trump/Hispanics. Thinks we can get something by standing up for Latinos or attacking R’s for not condemning,” Clinton campaign chair John Podesta wrote to senior members of the campaign.

Read more: politico.com/live-blog-updates/2016/10/john-podesta-hillary-clinton-emails-wikileaks-000011#ixzz4MiJLVYuq


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Hispanics and Latinos aren’t a single monolithic group, for one they are racially diverse, i.e., most Cuban Americans self-identify as racially white, whilst Dominican Americans are the most likely group to identify as some other race. Many Hispanics are socially conservative (since most are Catholic) but do not side with Trump on things like border control. With regards to Saban, go go power rangers, you mighty morphin’ power ragers!:smiley:


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