After the post of Joaquín Castro, a congressman from Texas, who on his Twitter account shared the name of people from San Antonio who have donated money for Trump’s presidential campaign, a controversy broke out in the media.
Castro and his post on Twitter
Castro wrote on Twitter
Their contributions are fueling a campaign of hate that labels Hispanic immigrants as ‘invaders.’ pic.twitter.com/YT85IBF19u
— Joaquin Castro (@Castro4Congress) August 6, 2019
Castro’s statements were subsequent to the shooting in El Paso, Texas where at least 19 of the dead were Latinas.
There were media and people who criticized the congressman for spreading the names of Trump supporters, arguing that he made them a target for opponents of his re-election.
Donation Information to Trump
The truth is that the Federal Electoral Commission, is the government agency responsible for monitoring the donations received by presidential candidates and this information is published on its official site, so that people can know.
To find out how much Donald Trump has collect for the 2020 Elections click here
To find out who are Trump’s individual donors click here
To know the information of the rest of the candidates for the election click here
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