From the June 2 edition of MSNBC's All In with Chris Hayes:
STEVE KORNACKI (GUEST HOST): Well, it looks like another sign of the struggle that Donald Trump faces with Hispanic voters. The director of Hispanic communications at the Republican National Committee resigned, and now her replacement comes to the job with a trail of anti-trump tweets, most of which he has now deleted.
First the outgoing head of hispanic media relations at RNC, Ruth Guerra, according to the New York Times Guerra told colleagues this year that she was uncomfortable working for Mr. Trump, according to two RNC aides who requested anonymity. And just yesterday the RNC announced its new director of Hispanic communications, Helen Aguirre Ferré.
It is noted by Media Matters that Ferré has deleted about a dozen tweets that were critical of Trump. Ferré is a former aide to Jeb Bush during his presidential campaign against Trump, so certainly it's understandable she took sides in that campaign. We should note her anti-Trump tweets did continue after Bush dropped out of the race, until as recently as last month.