Jorge Ramos talks to Phoenix’s Maricopa County sheriff, notorious for his harsh crackdowns on undocumented immigrants.
In recent years, I’ve been in some pretty hot and steamy places in the middle of summer — the Caribbean and India, for instance, or Miami, where I live — and I constantly find myself shivering.
I’m a journalist; my job is to ask questions. Donald Trump is a presidential candidate; his job is to explain to voters what he would do if he were elected. Our objectives were bound to collide.
Jorge Ramos confronted Donald Trump in Iowa (August 2015)
Jorge Ramos tells Donald Trump he’s losing the Latino vote (August 2015)
Jorge Ramos presses Donald Trump on immigration at Iowa press conference
Donald Trump talks about Jorge Ramos being escorted out of his press conference (August 2015)
Donald Trump throws Fusion anchor Jorge Ramos out of his press conference (August 2015)
Let’s imagine for a moment the kind of country that Donald Trump, the leading Republican presidential hopeful, wants America to become if he’s elected.
If Mexican President Enrique Peña Nieto truly wants to capture Joaquín “El Chapo” Guzmán Loera — the drug lord who recently tunneled his way out of a Mexican prison — he should get in touch with César Gaviria.