Daniel Ortega was crying. It was February of 1990 and the Sandinista National Liberation Front had just lost the presidential election to Violeta Barrios de Chamorro, widow of legendary journalist Pedro Joaquín Chamorro.
The 11-year-old girl saw the name of former President Donald Trump on my computer screen and was scared. “What happened with Trump?” she asked me in a loud voice, as though a monster had appeared in a nightmare.
MEXICO CITY — Because of the pandemic, I hadn’t been able to travel to Mexico since last March. My mother lives there. I hadn’t seen her for more than a year.
We all have one or one hundred stories about the pandemic. Mine ends happily, with a Moderna vaccine on my right shoulder.
What a change! When we wake up, especially those of us who live in the United States, we don’t have to jump and look for the latest Tweet, insult, attack, craziness or lie from Donald Trump.
Every man for himself. That’s the strategy on available vaccines adopted by most countries around the world.
Donald Trump was wrong to believe that if he repeated a lie many times it would become a reality. It did not.
The year 2020 has been terrible for Bonnie Soria. Her father and mother died, tragically and suddenly, from the Corona virus.
I had the honor once of being kicked out of a Donald Trump news conference. I asked him a question he didn’t want to answer and a security guard threw me out.
The image was made for television. Donald Trump had just landed in a helicopter on the White House lawn. He walked up the stairs to a balcony, and defiantly pulled off his mask.