The America Donald Trump continuously warns us about does not seem too bad after all.
After the 2016 Republican presidential nominee met with Mexican president Enrique Peña Nieto and gave his frightening speech on his plan to stop the number of illegal Mexican immigrants entering America, Trump surrogate Marco Gutierrez sat down with MSNBC.
During the interview, Gutierrez, who is a part of Latinos for Trump, warned that if we do not fight back against illegal Mexican immigration coming into the United States, we may have a tasty future waiting for us.
“If you don’t do something about it, you’re going to have taco trucks on every corner,” Gutierrez stated, according to BuzzFeed.
Of course, Gutierrez said this to scare Americans, because he claimed that those in this culture are “imposing” and “dominant.”
— Trevor Donovan (@TrevDon) September 2, 2016
This blunder occurred shortly after Trump seemingly failed his first foreign policy test. After meeting with the Mexican president on Wednesday, Trump claimed that they did not discuss his infamous border wall, which he has been adamant Mexico will pay for. Later on, Peña Neito told a different story.
“I repeat what I told him in person: Mr. Trump, Mexico will never pay for the wall,” he tweeted in Spanish.
Trump and his team will have to do better if they truly want Americans to be scared of illegal Mexican immigrants. The fact is almost everybody in the country loves tacos, so we would all welcome the possibility of taco stands on every corner. Hopefully, Trump’s rival, Hillary Clinton, will put this into her platform, so we can all enjoy this delicious food whenever we’d like.