Until recently, Andrés Manuel López Obrador believed Donald Trump was racist. “Yes, yes,” he confirmed to me in an interview.
The story seems incredible. A small group of undocumented young people has beaten the world’s most powerful man, Donald Trump, in the Supreme Court of the United States. It was a long battle and, in the end, it was decided by just one vote.
“I can’t breathe,” begged George Floyd, a 46-year old African American as he laid on the ground, face down. The knee of a white Minneapolis policeman pressed heavily on his neck. “Please, I can’t breathe.”
On the evening of April 20, just after 10, President Donald Trump launched an attack on immigrants. On April 22, shortly after 7 in the morning, Mexican President Andrés Manuel López Obrador severely criticized reporters for their tough coverage of his administration. What do Trump and López Obrador have in common?
Only someone like President Donald Trump could come up with this kind of nonsense. Despite the horrifying number of coronavirus infections and deaths in the United States, the president wants to convince us that his administration has been incredibly successful in its handling of the pandemic. The reality is quite different.
LAS VEGAS — Deportations won’t get you Latino votes. This is a lesson Democrats have to learn.
It was midnight in Washington and the impeachment trial was still being broadcast. Rep. Adam Schiff, a California Democrat, complained about the lateness of the hour: Sure, the trial was important, he said, but many Americans were no doubt already asleep.
THE DEMOCRATIC CANDIDATES NEED TO STOP MAKING EXCUSES AND AVOID OBAMAS MISTAKES. THE HISPANIC POPULATION IS MUCH MORE THAN AN ELECTORAL FAD.
Mexico has become an incredibly dangerous place for Central American immigrants.
President Donald Trump is an imperfect head of state, to say the least. He has made sexist comments about women (some of which were infamously caught on tape), as well as racist remarks about Mexican, Haitian and African immigrants.