If you want to build a fence around your house, ask your neighbors to pay for it and see what happens. Obviously, that’s an outlandish, irrational request — but that’s exactly what President Donald Trump is asking of Mexico.
Donald Trump likes to remind us publicly that he is very smart and a great businessman.
WASHINGTON, D.C. — What seemed almost impossible, according to most polls, has happened: Donald Trump is president of the United States.
It happened again: During a recent news conference, Donald Trump attacked a journalist who was trying to ask a question. In a matter of days, Trump will become the nation’s 45th president. But he still doesn’t seem to understand that we journalists don’t answer to him.
President Obama’s legacy for the Latino community is deeply conflicted.
MIAMI — Many times during the 30 years that I’ve lived in Miami, I’ve heard that Cuban dictator Fidel Castro was dead. In fact, Castro died two or three times a year, on average. Rumors would spread; I would get calls and texts about his death. These reports, of course, always turned out to be false.
That’s the question that millions of undocumented immigrants in the United States are now asking themselves. The fear is understandable. The Hispanic community is responding to months of Donald Trump’s anti-immigrant rhetoric on the campaign trail.
Act on immigration first, please.
The Dreamers are, in fact, the leaders of a new immigration movement. The strategy of their parents was to hide and be silent; theirs is to be openly proud of who they are and to be in your face.
This isn’t the column I had planned to write this week. We got it wrong about Donald Trump.
Some books are written with ink on paper; others, on laptops. But a new book by the Venezuelan opposition leader Leopoldo López was partly written on skin.