Goya foods CEOs said Donald Trump is a blessing for United States

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Goya Food CEO faced rapid recoil when he praised the president Donald Trump at an event which held in white house Washington.

Prudencio Unanue and his wife Carolina founded Goya

Prudencio Unanue and his wife Carolina founded Goya in 1936 in Manhattan. They were from Spain. In United States, this company claims the largest Hispanic-owned food company.

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The grandson of Goya foods founder Robert Unanue stated at the Rose Garden event on Thursday, announcing the “Spanish Prosperity Initiative”.

“At the same time, all of us are lucky to have leaders like President Trump as builders,” Unanue said from the podium next to Trump.

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New trend started that was #BoycottGoya

Immediately after this, on all social media platforms, the new trend started that was #BoycottGoya, #GoyaFoods and #Goyaway specially on twitter and Instagram.

New trend started that was #Boycottgoya

It seems to come from all directions, including some well-known political celebrities, all expressing contempt for this.

But many people did not like this support

Many people did not like this support because of the trumps deprecating commentary and ruthless policies for Hispanics, especially the government’s policies for immigrant’s families.

Julian Castro was the target of Twitter

Former presidential candidate Julian Castro was the target of Twitter, and he said Unanue praised the people who worsened Goya’s customer base.

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New York State Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez said she would learn to make some Latin cuisine made by Goya from scratch and Goya did not immediately respond.

Data from the Pew Research Center shows that 13.3{7d6bb1f761e691f027164c9fe6d1ebbc4659a250013ce39dc45a15ede39dbac5} of eligible voters in the United States are Latino this year, a record high.

Trump has been struggling with Hispanic voters recently

Trump has been struggling with Hispanic voters recently, and they may vote in states such as Arizona.

On Wednesday, he welcomed President Andres Manuel López Obrador to the White House in noble language, calling Mexico his beloved partner.

Trump’s tone contrasted sharply with the beginning of the 2016 presidential election, when he referred to some Mexican immigrants as “rapists” and attacked people who entered the country illegally.

Goya food played a very important role in this epidemic situation recently and donated thousands of pounds of food to families, who were affected by COVID-19. The company also donated to a public school in Queens.


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