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“Go back to Univision:” Donald Trump has Hispanic TV anchor escorted from news conference in Iowa

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DUBUQUE, Iowa — Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump had an extended argument with the news anchor from a Hispanic television network, after he initially had the anchor escorted from a news conference Tuesday, August 25th.

Trump had a member of his security detail remove Jorge Ramos, the Miami-based anchor for Univision, from the conference room after Ramos stood up and began asking pointed questions about the billionaire’s immigration proposal.

Donald Trump and Jorge Ramos

Donald Trump and Jorge Ramos

Trump has proposed ending birthright citizenship, a constitutionally protected right that declares that children born in the U.S. are automatically citizens.

Trump told Ramos to “go back to Univision.”

Trump said Ramos was removed because Trump didn’t call on him to ask questions.

Ramos was later readmitted and engaged Trump in a lengthy argument.

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2 comments

  • Fred

    This guy has to go!!! I can’t believe people are actually supporting him to be the leader of what is supposed to be the greatest country on earth. We are witnessing the true decline of western civilization….

  • educated one

    we have all witnessed the true decline of western civilization over the past six years and six and a half months….

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