The head of Hispanic media relations for the RNC has reportedly resigned from her position because she simply can't get on board with Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump.
Ruth Guerra, who is of Mexican descent and was in charge of carrying the party’s message to Hispanic voters, is joining the American Action Network, a Republican-aligned “super PAC,” she confirmed in a brief interview on Wednesday. [...]
Ms. Guerra told colleagues this year that she was uncomfortable working for Mr. Trump, according two R.N.C. aides who requested anonymity to speak candidly about the difficulties surrounding the party’s presumptive standard-bearer.
The RNC quickly scooped up a new head of Hispanic media relations this morning, but their new hire apparently has a history of saying negative things about Donald Trump before he become their nominee.
Aguirre Ferre deleted at least one tweet critical of Trump, but a cached copy of the tweet from mid-May shows that it linked to a poll suggesting Miami-area Cuban Americans would leave the GOP if the businessman won the nomination.
During an appearance last August on Mega TV's "Ahora con Oscar Haza," she also criticized Trump for his "extremely offensive" attack on Bush's wife. Trump had retweeted an offensive comment about Columba Bush, who was born in Mexico.
Ferre also appeared on Univision where she told host Jorge Ramos that some Republicans don't believe Trump is a "real conservative."
As far as I can tell what makes a "real conservative" is being willing to sell your soul to the devil. Donald Trump has insulted virtually everyone not named Donald Trump, but they're still willing to shine his shoes.
To her limited credit (because the RNC was a shitbox long before the era of Trump) Guerra had enough self-respect to leave. Others do not.