Donald Trump did it again! Now is about Asian people.
The Republican presidential front-runner impersonated Asian negotiators using broken English during a campaign speech in Iowa on August 25.
He did it on the same day he ripped fellow 2016 candidate Jeb Bush for referring to Asian “anchor babies.”
Donald Trump told supporters in Dubuque, Iowa: “Negotiating with Japan, negotiating with China, when these people walk into the room, they don’t say, <<Oh hello, how’s the weather, so beautiful outside, isn’t it lovely? How are the Yankees doing? Oh they are doing wonderful, great>>.
“They say, <<We want deal>>. “
Donald Trump went on to pan Jeb Bush and Hillary Clinton, asking the crowd which one of the three White House candidates they would want negotiating a deal.
The comments come after he panned Jeb Bush on Twitter for a “clumsy move” on immigration.
Jeb Bush, who previously defended his use of the term “anchor babies” after criticism, said on August 24 that his use of the phrase applied more to illegal businesses that aim to woo pregnant Chinese immigrants into the US so that their children could be born as American citizens, and not as much to Hispanic immigrants.