In this July 21, 2015, photo, Republican presidential hopeful Donald Trump speaks at his South Carolina campaign kickoff rally in Bluffton, S.C. (AP Photo/Stephen B. Morton)
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The outspoken Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump's visit to the U.S.-Mexico border promises new challenges for his party's years-in-the-making push to attract Hispanic voters.Trump has gone beyond the party's hardline stance on illegal immigration, calling immigrants who cross the border illegally "criminals" and "rapists" and accusing Mexico's government of deliberately sending felons into the U.S. His trip Thursday also comes amid an escalating feud with Republican rivals and criticism from members of both parties, guaranteeing the billionaire developer plenty of attention from voters and reporters.In Washington Wednesday, former Texas Governor Rick Perry, a Republican, was asked about Trump's trip to Laredo.Indeed, the insults flying between Trump and his rivals have been caustic. Trump, who has become a dominant force in the 2016 contest, has clearly stated, over and over again, that Mexican immigrants are unwelcome.
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