Ahead of the third and final presidential debate in Las Vegas, protesters build a 'wall of taco trucks' outside Republican nominee Donald Trump's Las Vegas hotel. Gavino Garay reports.
He's promised to build a wall... and so have they. Just ahead of the third and final presidential debate, hundreds of protesters built a 'wall of taco trucks' outside Republican nominee Donald Trump's Las Vegas hotel. It's a riff on one Latino Trump supporter's comments during election season that without a Trump presidency there would be "taco trucks on every corner." Demonstrators say it's a wall to keep Trump out of the White House. (SOUNDBITE) (Spanish) MIGUEL FARIAS OF LAS VEGAS, NEVADA, SAYING: "We have fought for our rights and we don't want Donald Trump to take them away from us. If this man gets the presidency then everything will be ruined." (SOUNDBITE) (English) MARIA TERESA LIEDERMANN OF LAS VEGAS, NEVADA, SAYING: "You know, he says he's the greatest negotiator but he's not coming to the table to support the workers that give him money essentially and make a profit for him." Early in his campaign, Trump offended many Latino voters saying Mexico was sending "rapists" and drug dealers over the border.