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Julian Castro Defends Brother Joaquin Posting Trump Donor List: These People are ‘Propping Up a President Who is Clearly Racist’

Mediaite Friday, 9 August 2019
Presidential candidate Julián Castro Friday defended his brother Rep. Joaquin Castro sharing a list of President Donald Trump donors on his Twitter feed this week. “He was lamenting the fact that you have so many folks, these big businesses in San Antonio, who have made their livelihood off of the Hispanic community in San Antonio that […]
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Presidential candidate Julián Castro Friday defended his brother Rep. Joaquin Castro sharing a list of President Donald Trump donors on his Twitter feed this week.

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