The New York Times has a new editorial summarizing much of the response from the broader Hispanic community to Donald Trump’s campaign. There has been widespread criticism of Trump’s comments as well as his positions from all sorts of people – not just immigrants. In fact, there isn’t a unified Hispanic (or Latino, which seems to be preferred more on the west coast) community at all. There are various communities from the various countries in Latin America, and these communities can face very different issues and can have very different opinions from one another. However, it looks like opposition to Trump is something that may be unifying everyone. Even the National Review thinks that Trump is dangerously cultivating support among white supremacists (and they have plenty of experience dealing with white nationalists…).