Like many U.S. citizens, Felix Guzman, 61, is troubled by the acrimony of presidential campaign. “I’ve never seen an election like this one,” said the owner of Reyna’s Mexican Restaurant in Parkland. “I’m feeling real bad.”
Like many U.S. citizens, Felix Guzman, 61, is troubled by the acrimony of presidential campaign. “I’ve never seen an election like this one,” said the owner of Reyna’s Mexican Restaurant in Parkland. “I’m feeling real bad.” Drew Perine dperine@thenewstribune.com
Like many U.S. citizens, Felix Guzman, 61, is troubled by the acrimony of presidential campaign. “I’ve never seen an election like this one,” said the owner of Reyna’s Mexican Restaurant in Parkland. “I’m feeling real bad.” Drew Perine dperine@thenewstribune.com

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