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News anchor Jorge Ramos, who works for Univision and Fusion, was thrown out of an event for Donald Trump after he asked a question.
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So I asked him -- you don't really think that if Trump becomes president, that people will be kicked out of the White House Briefing Room.
Donald Trump on Tuesday dismissively told highly respected television anchor Jorge Ramos to "go back to Univision" before security physically removed the.
News Programs navigate down. Born and raised in Mexico, Ramos is the co-anchor for a top-rated news program on Univision called Noticiero Univision and the host of a Sunday morning political-news program on the Spanish-language network called Al Punto.
And that's exactly what's happening. And what I got wrong during the election is that I said many times that no one can make it to the White House without the Latino vote. Latinos are not monolithic.
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Donald Trump kicked Univision's Jorge Ramos out of a press conference Tuesday when the journalist asked the presidential candidate about. Donald Trump on Tuesday had a critic from a major Spanish-language TV network booted out of a news conference in Iowa.
Ramos claimed he "didn't jump the queue" of reporters waiting to ask questions.
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|He's the face of Univision's flagship Spanish-language news broadcast.
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Later, Trump invited Ramos to return and the two men spoke over each other for several minutes. I also criticized President Barack Obama. Immigrants are less likely to be criminals and to end in jail than those born in the United States. At the Iowa press event on Tuesday, Ramos stood up and tried to ask Trump about the candidate's controversial immigration proposals.