USA Today: Asian, Muslim and Latino immigrants across USA helped Trump and GOP win

Managing Partner Jacob M. Monty‘s conversation with USA Today about midterm election results:

Adryana Aldeen hovered outside a Dallas polling station Tuesday with a sign that read, “Pete Sessions for Congress” and a T-shirt that said, “Latinas for Abbott” – promoting the incumbent Republican U.S. congressman from the Dallas suburbs and the incumbent Republican governor of Texas.

Aldeen, who immigrated from Mexico three decades ago, wasn’t letting President Donald Trump’s harsh rhetoric on  illegal immigration get in the way of Republican wins.

“I believe in the sovereignty of the state,” said Aldeen, a GOP activist and special adviser for Hispanic engagement for the Republican Party of Texas. “This is a nation of immigrants, but we need to do everything we can for the rule of law.” Continue Reading