"Mr. Trump is deeply unpopular among Hispanics, who account for nearly one in five Florida voters," Trip Gabriel wrote for the The New York Times on Sept. 17.
Really? So how did Donald Trump — with only a skeletal field organization — blow GOP nominee-apparent Sen. Marco Rubio out of the water by almost 20 points in his own home-state primary back in March, destroying Rubio's 2016 presidential hopes?
As of Oct. 23, Breitbart News decided to put some feet on the ground in Florida's Little Havana to find out. Jen Lawrence & Dustin Stockton report what they found at . . . http://www.breitbart.com/2016-presidential-race/2016/10/23/exclusive-dont-vote-lying-witch-inside-donald-trumps-movement-driven-sunshine-state-effort-defeat-hillary-clinton-florida/ .
Jose Uz, a 48-year-old native Miami resident of Cuban descent who runs the 2,600-member Facebook group Cubans4Trump ( https://www.facebook.com/cubans4trump/ ), told Breitbart News he believes Trump "has the best interest for the United States, for America, and for its citizens. He doesn't need to prove anything, he doesn't need to become famous, he doesn't need to become rich, he is already there.