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Rendell: GOP On Path To Get Fewer Hispanic Votes than Romney, Which Makes It Impossible To Win

Monday on “MSNBC Live,” while discussing Republican presidential candidates Donald Trump’s and Governor Scott Walker’s (R-WI) calls for an end to birthright citizenship, former chairman of the Democratic National Committee and Governor of Pennsylvania Ed Rendell said Republicans, “are careening on a path to even get less of the Hispanic vote than Mitt Romney did. And in key battleground states that makes it almost impossible for them to win.”

After a 2011 poll from the Pew Research Center showing that 57% of Americans oppose amending the Constitution to deny citizenship to the children of illegal immigrants, Rendell was asked if the Democrats are “licking their chops.” Rendell said, “Yes, absolutely. I never would have believed that the Republican party in 2016 was going to do worse among Hispanic voters than Mitt Romney did. But now they are careening on a path to even get less of the Hispanic vote than Mitt Romney did. And in key battleground states that makes it almost impossible for them to win.”
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