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Trump: Hispanic PAC Video of Kids Cursing 'Terrible'

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By    |   Friday, 06 Nov 2015 12:23 PM

A video ad released by a Hispanic advocacy group featuring children using profanity toward Donald Trump and criticizing him on his stance on immigration has received quite a bit of blow back, especially from the real estate mogul himself.

"F--k you, racist f--k," a child identified as Ricardo tells Trump in the video released earlier this week by Deport Racism PAC, Politico reports.

"I think it's terrible, I think it's just terrible," Trump said on Fox Business Network's "Mornings with Maria Bartiromo."

He added that the behavior and language in the ad "is a disgrace" and "it totally backfired and people are actually going wild about it and they're saying we're going to support Trump."

According to Politico, as Trump is expected to make an appearance on "Saturday Night Live" this weekend, the advocacy group also offered to pay $5,000 to any cast member who used the words "deport racism" or "Trump is a racist" during the broadcast.

"Anybody that would do an ad like that is stupid, to be honest," Trump said and stands firm on his belief that he will win the Hispanic vote.

Florida Sen. Marco Rubio also chimed in, calling the parents of the children in the ad "outrageous."

"First of all, it's counterproductive. Who do these groups think they're impressing by doing this?" asked Rubio in an interview on "Fox and Friends."

"They're not bringing anybody to their side. They're turning people off. People are looking at it and say, 'these people are grotesque.' I mean these are little children. What kind of parent allows their children to go on a video like that and use that kind of profanity and what kind of parents allow a kid to do that?"

The director of the two-minute spot, Luke Montogomery, told "The Wrap" on Thursday that the parents knew exactly what the video was about and had no objections to it.

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A video ad released by a Hispanic advocacy group featuring children using profanity toward Donald Trump and criticizing him on his stance on immigration has received quite a bit of blow back, especially from the real estate mogul himself.
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