Democrat U.S. Presidential candidate Joe Biden just made his first campaign visit of 2020 to Florida and did not miss targeting the Hispanic voters highlighting how Republican Donald Trump has failed on many fronts.

Biden blamed Trump for letting Hispanics down with his divisive immigration policies while highlighting his inability to respond properly to the COVID-19 pandemic.

In a bid to overcome the findings of the opinion polls in which he is lacking support from the state’s Hispanics, Biden said that Trump has proved he is not capable of becoming the leader for all Americans.

“Donald Trump has failed the Hispanic community time and time again,” Biden said during the Hispanic Heritage Month event in Kissimmee.

Opinion polls show Biden neck to neck with Trump in Florida. However, he lacks far behind the support that the 2016 Democrat Presidential nominee Hillary Clinton had with ith Florida Hispanics. Trump won from Floriday by just over 1.2 percent in 2016, which helped him become the President of the U.S.

“Donald Trump has done nothing but assault the dignity of Hispanic families,” Biden said, highlighting Trump’s policy of separating families at the southern border.

An additional advantage that Trump has had is because of his alliance with the conservative Cuban Americans, which is primarily Republican in outlook and Trump has courted for them throughout his term as the president of the U.S.

A disinformation campaign running in Florida is said to have painted Biden’s image as a socialist, which has affected his popularity among the Hispanic community in the state.

“We are seeing a massive disinformation campaign in Spanish aimed at our community calling Biden and Democrats socialists, and it is having an effect,” said Evelyn Perez-Verdia, a Colombian-American Democratic strategist in south Florida.

With less than 50 days remaining until the presidential elections on November 3, Biden is trying to do everything he can to turn things around.

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