From Michael Scherer of the The Washington Post via the News Herald, 08/20/2018:
… At a recent rally in Tampa, for instance, Trump told the crowd that “we have to make sure that Rick Scott wins,” even though Scott says he supports a stand-alone bill opposed by the president to give a path to legal status for undocumented immigrants brought to the country as minors.
The printed materials in Spanish for the Orange County GOP in Orlando tell voters that “immigration reform” – “reforma migratoria” – is a core “value of the Republican Party,” terminology often used to describe giving some legal status for undocumented immigrants and a generous flow of legal migrants in the future. At the same time, Attorney General Jeff Sessions has warned that the country is approaching “the largest percentage of nonnative born population in our nation’s history.”
… While Nelson has yet to spend on television ads, Scott has been blanketing Spanish-language broadcasters with spots boasting of his attention to the Latino community and documenting heavily-accented attempts at speaking Spanish.
… Scott introduced Trump at an Orlando rally in December 2016, where the president-elect congratulated his supporters for being “nasty and mean and vicious.” But when Trump held a similar rally in Tampa in July, Scott did not attend.