It wasn’t until the president took to the lectern and gave a speech to the Congressional Hispanic Caucus that his audience was told how much of an immigrant he was.
Trump’s speech was filled with references to the people he’s met in his campaign, and the fact that he was an American was not even a central topic.
Instead, Trump talked about what he called the culture of the Hispanic community.
He spoke about how he saw it in his own family, and he made it clear that he sees the Hispanic population as a very good thing.
His speech focused more on what his administration had accomplished.
Trump touted the new administration’s new executive order banning all immigrants from six Muslim-majority countries from entering the United States for at least a year.
He said he would work to bring the people of his country back together, and his administration has vowed to do that.
He also spoke about the Hispanic Heritage Month that will be held April 14.
He focused on the need for immigration reform, saying he wanted to make it as easy as possible for undocumented immigrants to become citizens.
The crowd cheered as Trump spoke, and then cheered again when he concluded his speech.
He then thanked everyone in the room, and they sang “America the Beautiful.”