Trump takes a risk at the Copa América: What message will he send at the tournament final?

The campaign to return to the White House of former Republican President Donald Trump announced, this Tuesday, July 9, the launch of a election announcement in spanish, which will be broadcast during the semifinals and final of the 2024 Copa América, in the United States, for persuading the latino vote.

The video, which will be seen on the Univision network, attacks the Democratic president, Joe Biden, whom he accuses of having skyrocketed food costs and gasoline.

“Biden has failed us, President Trump will not,” says the commercial, which promises that with the Republican they will lower taxesincomes will rise and housing will become affordable.

Soccer is an increasingly popular sport in the United States due to the increase in the Latino population and the signing of Leo Messi by Inter Miami last year.

Biden’s re-election campaign announced last month that it would run campaign ads during games and hold viewing parties in key electoral states with large Hispanic populations, such as Nevada and Arizona.

The Copa America enters its final week with three of the favorites —Argentina, Colombia and Uruguay— and the surprise of the tournament, debutant Canada, as The four semi-finalist teams who are competing to be in the final in Miami next Sunday.

For the final of the sporting event, Shakira will sing during the break of the final of the continental tournament next Sunday, CONMEBOL announced.

The Colombian’s presentation at the Hard Rock Stadium It marks the first time that the final of the continental tournament will feature a musical performance during half-time.

“Shakira is an extraordinary South American star who has dazzled the entire world“Conmebol’s greatest artists are the most famous artists in the world,” said CONMEBOL President Alejandro Domínguez in a press release. “Their songs are sung and danced to in every corner of the planet, making their art a global phenomenon that crosses borders and is enjoyed by millions of people.”