RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - Jose Manuel Maranillo, a Cuban asylum seeker stranded in Mexico by Republican President Donald Trump’s immigration policies, was distraught when learned his brother-in-law in Florida had voted for him.
“Imagine it!” he exclaimed on Wednesday, November 4th, while working as a fruit and vegetable vendor in the Mexican border city of Ciudad Juarez.
“I’m a part of his family! I feel terrible he voted for Trump because we’re stuck here in Juarez hoping for (Joe) Biden to win so he can help us and Latinos in the United States too,” he . . .