"So when you hear all of his talk about economic miracles right now, remember who started it".
Campaigning for Democratic party candidates, former USA president Barack Obama has accused the ruling Republicans of pitting people against one another and not addressing the challenges being faced by the country.
"There is only one real check on abuses of power, one real check on bad policy, it's you and your vote", Obama said to a crowd of 2,000 supporters.
Huerta said she had chosen to attend a political rally for the first time in her life, citing Trump's rhetoric and policies targeting minority communities.
RNC Chairwoman Ronna McDaniel posted a video of comments from former President Barack Obama about immigration to show the double standard the media has against current President Donald Trump.
The former president said, "Let me say something as the man who passed the law that protects people with pre-existing conditions from being discriminated against: They have no way of protecting people with pre-existing conditions in anything they've proposed".
"Republicans right now are trying to say, 'Democrats don't think like you, look like you, or believe in the same things as you, '" he said.
Obama's trip to Nevada came just days after Trump himself visited.
Rosen, a first-term congresswoman, is seen as one of Democrats' best opportunities to flip control of a Senate seat, though the party faces slim chances of taking control of the Senate.
At the Monday rally, though, Hispanic voters said they felt anything but disengaged. "You just feel it when you turn on the TV and watch the news", said Maria Huerta, a 39-year-old nurse practitioner in Las Vegas.
Obama also touted the campaigns of Nevada gubernatorial candidate Steve Sisolak and U.S. House candidates Susie Lee and Steven Horsford.
Obama alleged that there were states where Republicans were actively purging voter rolls, where they have tried to say that students, and college students operate under different rules than others and make it harder for them to vote.
The former president has generally kept a low profile since leaving office and has been selective about campaigning for Democrats in this year's midterm elections.