U.S. Election 2020: Mini Red Wave in Florida Many Cuban Americans Support ‘Strong’ Trump US News

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On Florida’s Little Hawa Street, an elderly man watches the world go by.

As the Spanish news headlines from the portable radio turned black, he gently returned to his chair.

Along the way, Francisco is selling peanuts.

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Many Cubans initially liked Barack Obama, but his move to re-establish relations with Raul Castro left them unsure.

“Kakahuets,” he calls the passing tourists.

In this corner of Miami, Donald Trump Favored.

“Donald Trump is great,” Francisco tells me before entering the fast-flowing Spanish stream about why he is the best leader. United States.

The flood of Latino support here helped push the president to victory Florida, If he wants to take control of the White House, it is a necessary state.

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“I like everything, how he says it, how he does it, he’s good and good people for the community.” Raul Rodriguez says he escaped from here Cuba In the 1990s.

“Why don’t you like it JB Biden? “I ask

“JB Biden is too weak,” he replies.

About 55% of Florida Cuban American votes went to Donald Trump, sparking a mini-red wave.

Politics is a sensitive issue for many residents who settled here in small Havana after escaping communist rule.

Cioban Robbins spoke with Cuban local entrepreneur Jose Santana
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Cioban Robbins spoke with Cuban local entrepreneur Jose Santana

People politely refuse our requests for interviews, a friendly bartender tells us they are surrounded by the past.

At El Cristo Restaurant, we meet Jose Santana. His father was Cuban, his mother from El Salvador. His family fled when he was three years old.

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“Trump is a little stronger, he has a slightly stronger view of dictators. He’s trying to end communism in countries that are our neighbors like Cuba.”

He explains the many Cubans he initially chose Barack Obama But his move to restore relations with Ra સાથેl Castro left them deeply uneasy.

"Trump is a little stronger, a little more outspoken for dictators", Says Jose Saint from El Cristo Restaurant
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‘Trump is a little stronger,’ says Jose Santana of El Cristo Restaurant

Around the street, Johnny’s ‘Big Papa’ cardukka is also evident. “They think B Biden is a socialist,” he says.

Biden’s misrepresentation of Donald Trump as a leftist extremist Democrats And sowing doubts in the electoral process.

Johnny said many Cubans think Joe Biden is a socialist
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Raઉl said that many Cubans consider Biden a socialist

Johnny says “I’ll get them to the end,” if I ask if they will support Trump if he challenges the election results. Supreme Court.

After all, Trump is her man.

After a brief visit to small Havana, one thing is clear; The legal challenge posed by Donald Trump could still provoke a popular one.

Its base is relentless here and across the country, there is no doubt that its back has been found.

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