Julian Castro sketches an extensive 2021 departure scene in which he & # 39; Adios & # 39; will tell Trump
Former Obama landlord Julian Castro describes an extensive 2021 departure scene where the president and Melania are leaving for Mar-a-Lago and he will tell Trump: & # 39; Adios! & # 39; as he accuses ICE of terrorizing & # 39; & # 39; of children
- Castro described how he presents Trump & # 39; s departure at the end of a South Carolina delegate speech
- He said he and his family would perform traditional formalities to send Trump and First Lady Melania Trump
- He said a helicopter would arrive to take them to New York or one of Trump & # 39; s clubs
- Then he says he is the president & # 39; Adios & # 39; will tell
- Castro also destroyed the ICE deportations that would take effect on Sunday
Democratic presidential candidate Julian Castro introduces himself on the day he will say goodbye to President Trump and the first lady in a traditional broadcast – ending with salutations in Spanish.
Castro, the former housing secretary under President Barack Obama, described the moment in detail at the end of his speech to South Carolina delegates in Columbia.
& # 39; My favorite moment of the day actually comes a little earlier, the moment when it is traditionally on the lawn of the White House for the incoming president to initiate the departing president, & # 39; said Castro, after saying that his first official action would be to take part in the Paris climate agreement.
& # 39; ADIOS & # 39 ;: Democratic presidential candidate former HUD Secretary Julian Castro has thought about it the day he says goodbye to President Trump in Spanish when Trump leaves the White House
& # 39; I imagine I was there with my wife, Erica and our daughter Carina and my son Christian who were getting ready to initiate Donald Tump and Melania Trump, & # 39; he said and began to describe the moment.
& # 39; They are preparing to go to New York or to Mar-a-Lago or somewhere else. The helicopter is in the distance. And just before he runs away, just as he is about to leave, I'm going to tell him … & # 39; Adios! & # 39; Castro told the Carolina crowd, laughed and applauded the crowd at the idea.
& # 39; Thank you, South Carolina! let's make a change in 2020, & # 39; he said, referring to Obama & # 39; s & # 39; change & # 39; mantra, ending with a & # 39; gracias & # 39; and a & # 39; thanks & # 39 ;.
Castro joined other Democrats on the James Clyburn World Famous Fish Fry Friday
The Trumps and Obamas had a traditional meeting before the transfer of power
Richard Nixon waves as he leaves the White House after his resignation
Castro, the former mayor of San Antonio, told DailyMail.com after his speech that the TCE administration ICE agents terrorized children and families & # 39; through raids that were scheduled for Sunday, and said that local authorities should not cooperate with the action.
He said that the transfer of Trump's power – probably no prospect at the moment, as Castro was about 1 percent in a recent Politico survey – & # 39; a very nice day & # 39; would be.
So far for the traditional gift exchange: & # 39; I should think of something that fits & # 39 ;, he said.
& # 39; I just describe the traditional scene, & # 39; he said, saying that although he mentioned the first lady in his anecdote, he had no problem with how she dealt with her informal role.
& # 39; I think the problem we have is with Donald Trump, his policies and what he did to this country, and what he does with these little kids who sleep on floors without toothbrush and soap, separated from their parents , & # 39; he said of unaccompanied minors in detention. & # 39; That's the problem I have. & # 39;
During his speech, Castro went through several well-known victims of police violence, including Walter Scott, an unarmed black man who was shot by a police officer after a daytime stop in 2015.
& # 39; They also deserve justice. No matter who you are, no matter what you look like regardless of skin color, you should be treated the same under our legal system, & he said he deserves applause.
Trump said Saturday about the impending ICE raids: & # 39; Some cities are going to fight it. Many of those cities are cities with high crime rates and shrines. & # 39;
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