Trump will celebrate Hispanic heritage month with a reception at the white house. Trump proclaimed Hispanic Heritage Month, which will begin on September 15, and alluded to the US “commitment” to “face threats to freedom in places like Cuba, Venezuela, and Nicaragua.”
President Donald Trump will hold a reception at the presidential residence on the occasion of Hispanic Heritage Month this Monday, as he did last year, according to the White House.
Trump Will Celebrate Hispanic Heritage Month
The event will take place in the East Room of the White House, where last year more than 200 Hispanic community, business, and religious leaders attended
In addition to the reception, Trump today proclaimed Hispanic Heritage Month, which will begin on September 15, an occasion that he used to allude to his enemies on the continent by affirming the US “commitment” to “face threats to freedom in places like Cuba, Venezuela, and Nicaragua. “
“We will continue to work with the countries of Latin America and the Caribbean to strengthen our commercial relations and guarantee a freer and safer hemisphere,” the president said in the proclamation.
The celebration of Hispanic Heritage Month, which began in 1968 as Hispanic Heritage Week during the Presidency of Lyndon Johnson and later was extended in 1988 to a whole month by the then president Ronald Reagan, has the objective of highlighting the culture, achievements, and challenges of this community in the United States.
September 15, the date that marks the beginning of the celebrations, is the day in which Costa Rica, El Salvador, Guatemala, Honduras, and Nicaragua commemorate their independence from Spain.
You may also like
- It is Advance Towards the Southeastern Coast of the USA
- Hurricane Florence Could Be Further
- Puerto Rico and the Virgin Islands Issue
- More Than a Million People Forced to Leave
- Florence Strengthens and Reaches Category
- Happy New Year Images