A major advocate for immigrants said Tuesday, Nov. 15, she hopes Donald Trump’s campaign rhetoric was “just marketing.”
Eva Millona, executive director of the Massachusetts Immigrant & Refugee Advocacy Coalition (MIRA), told reporters she hoped Trump would not follow through on immigration stances he took during his successful presidential campaign.
“We hope that that was just marketing,” said the longtime Worcester resident and Clark University graduate who has worked in refugee and immigrant resettlement since spearheading a Worcester-area project in the 1990s. “The future remains uncertain.”
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