Not surprisingly, it shows widespread Latino awareness – and disapproval – of Donald Trump and his anti-immigrant outbursts.

“[T]hey said I would never file my personal financial disclosure forms”.

HE TALKS UP RISK-TAKING, BUT HIS CURRENT PORTFOLIO IS QUITE CONSERVATIVE Setting aside Trump’s $US3.3 billion valuation of his personal brand, most of Trump’s wealth is in the form in the real estate. At that time, 23 percent of voters viewed Trump as a serious candidate when he ran briefly for the Reform Party’s nomination the following year.

He has nevertheless surged in the polls.

But as with nearly every move he makes, his financial disclosure got Trump into hot water – this time with Forbes. “While no one can know for sure, there is a fair to good chance Trump will drop out or cease active campaigning at some point”, said Larry Sabato, director of the Center for Politics at the University of Virginia.

Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump is in the Granite State.

The amount of cash Trump has on hand will be particularly significant, showing how much more money Trump could afford to potentially put towards his own campaign.

For his part, Cruz said Trump is bringing a “bold, brash voice” and criticized other candidates (not by name) who “go out of their way to smack Donald Trump“.

The image, showing Trump’s face and an American flag, as well as an image of marching soldiers, says “We need real leadership”. Trump’s claims about his wealth vastly exceed outside estimates.

Not only are Hispanic voters not enthused about casting a ballot for Trump, they also largely support the decision made by several major companies to stop doing business with him.

Trump blazed into the campaign in June, promising to “make America great again” in an offence-dishing speech that called Mexicans rapists and vowed to take on China.

He listed almost 500 business entities, 91 percent of which he owns in full, and divulged a salary of around $214 million from starring in 14 seasons of the hit TV show “The Apprentice“. In the statement about his net worth, Trump’s campaign claimed he chose to end his relationship with NBC/Universal to run for president and implied the company’s subsequent actions were colored by dissatisfaction with this decision.

In a statement, Trump needled those who said he would never file the official forms, which must be certified by the candidate as “true, complete and correct to the best of [their] knowledge”.

“The Hispanics love me”, Trump told Fox News Wednesday morning, adding, “I will win the Latino vote because I’m going to bring jobs back into our country”. “I filed them early despite the fact that I am allowed two 45 days extensions”, Trump said.