Remember when the founder of Latinos for Trump said that if Donald Trump wasn’t president, there would be “taco trucks on every corner”—like it was a bad thing? The Culinary Union and other progressive groups do, and with the third and (thankfully) final presidential debate coming up in Las Vegas on Wednesday, they’re trolling the Trump International Las Vegas Hotel with taco trucks:
The Culinary Union, long a Donald Trump antagonist in Las Vegas, is going to “build” a wall of taco trucks outside Trump’s hotel, just a couple miles from UNLV, site of the final presidential debate.
The groups aim to have at least five taco trucks outside the hotel, in addition to a banner in the style of a wall that participants will be able to sign.
“We’re reminding Mr. Trump that immigrant workers here and across the country will be watching the debate and voting in November,” said Yvanna Cancela, the political director for the majority Latino and predominantly immigrant union.
Immigration isn’t the Culinary Union’s only argument with Trump. The group is also locked in a fight with Trump’s Las Vegas hotel after workers chose to unionize, only to have management refuse to negotiate a contract.
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