Donald Trump, pictured here in the Miami suburb of Doral, a city where the U.S. Census found 91 percent of people speak a language other than English — mainly Spanish — at home.
Donald Trump, pictured here in the Miami suburb of Doral, a city where the U.S. Census found 91 percent of people speak a language other than English — mainly Spanish — at home. MIAMI HERALD STAFF MARSHA HALPER
Donald Trump, pictured here in the Miami suburb of Doral, a city where the U.S. Census found 91 percent of people speak a language other than English — mainly Spanish — at home. MIAMI HERALD STAFF MARSHA HALPER

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