The RNC has just released another Hillary Clinton attack ad – this time targeting Spanish-speaking voters.

The new spot, “Hipocre$ia,” highlights Hillary Clinton’s conflicting statements on immigration reform over the years and compares her to President Barack Obama, who promised and failed to pass comprehensive immigration reform in the first year of his presidency (though the ad doesn’t mention the role Republicans played in that failure).

2016 Presidential Candidates Target Latino Voters


It’s no secret that the 2016 presidential hopefuls are courting Latino voters – a crucial voting block in the upcoming election.

According to the Washington Post, the “race for the Latino vote is on” – Hillary Clinton’s campaign is registering voters outside of Latino grocery stores, the Koch brothers are compiling valuable lists in Spanish, Jeb Bush is flaunting his fluent Spanish and Marco Rubio is highlighting that he is the son of Cuban immigrants.

Will this “hypocrite” attack ad sway Spanish speaking voters away from Clinton and into the GOP camp?

Stay tuned to I Agree to See as we continue to follow the 2016 presidential election.

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