Last week, republican candidate Donald Trump met with the Haitian-American community in Little Haiti, Miami. The republican candidate is the first U.S presidential candidate to meet with the Haitian community. Mr. Trump met with a several dozen Haitian-Americans at the publicly-funded Little Haiti Cultural Center.
During the visit, Trump delivered some prepared remarks, however, most of the time was listening to concerns from the audience.
Miami Herald […] The remarks earned Trump applause from attendees, several of whom said they went because they were curious and wanted to hear what Trump had to say. Most of their remarks to the candidate focused on their personal disappointment over the lack of progress in Haiti despite the involvement of Bill and Hillary Clinton.
“The fact that he came here is everything for us as Haitians,” said Monique DieuJuste, 41, a Lauderhill residents who works as a registered respiratory therapist. DieuJuste, who is registered with no party affiliation, said she plans to vote for Trump because the “Clintons haven’t done anything for us.” (link)
Here are some shots from our Facebook page of the community reactions to Trump.