• Mexican anchor crosses swords with Trump


    MEXICO CITY: It featured drama and tension fit for a telenovela: A bouffant-haired, billionaire-turned-politician clashing with a famous TV journalist intent on getting answers. The jaw-dropping scene played out on live television in August, when White House hopeful Donald Trump threw famous Mexican-American reporter Jorge Ramos out of a news conference. The anchor for Univision, a US Spanish-language channel, was trying insistently to ask a question about immigration when Trump shot back that the journalist had not been called on. The fracas erupted just two months after the real estate tycoon entered the race for the Republican nomination with harsh words about Mexican immigrants, calling them rapists and vowing to make Mexico pay for a massive border wall.



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