Cubans in Miami protest billboard that compares Trump to Fidel Castro

Cubans in Miami protest billboard that compares Trump to Fidel Castro
Cubans in Miami protest billboard that compares Trump to Fidel Castro

Miami, June 20 (EFE).- A group of Cubans protested this Wednesday on a highway in Miami (USA) against a billboard in Spanish that compares former President Donald Trump and Republican candidate (2017-2021) with the deceased leader Cuban Fidel Castro (1926-2016).

‘No to dictators, no to Trump’ says the huge billboard with photos of Fidel Castro and Trump, located next to a busy highway.

Outraged, members of the group Hispanics for America called for a protest Wednesday afternoon on the Palmetto Highway in south Miami against the ad by Mad Dog, a political action committee (PAC).

The protesters in Miami, where the largest Cuban exile community lives, considered the announcement as: “a lack of respect by the Democrats for the personality and dignity of our president Donald Trump.”

The sign is one of many that the Mad Dog PAC has installed in several states, including others with English legends such as ‘Loser’, ‘It’s a Cult’ and ‘Unfit’.

“Our mission is to defeat Donald Trump by exposing the truth about him,” PAC founder Claude Taylor told local NBC channel.

These ads are focused on states considered undecided ahead of the November presidential elections, such as Nevada, Arizona, Georgia, North Carolina, Pennsylvania, Wisconsin and Michigan.

Both Trump and the president of the United States, Joe Biden, are seeking re-election in those elections.

 
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