Trump Bars Leftwing Univision Network From Florida Campaign Event

Donald Trump holds up a cap that he signed for a supporter during a rally at the Expo Hall of the Richmond International Raceway on October 14, 2015 in Richmond, Virginia. AFP PHOTO/MANDEL NGAN (Photo credit should read
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Friday night, the Trump campaign barred Univision, the left-wing Spanish language network,  from attending and covering the Republican presidential frontrunner’s campaign rally in Florida. The campaign explained that, “Mr. Trump is suing Univision for $500 million and until that is resolved it is a conflict of interest.”

Univision is home to anchor Jorge Ramos, an extremist on the issue of immigration who openly demands amnesty for all illegal aliens and an open border policy.

Back in August, Ramos was escorted out of a Trump event for repeatedly heckling the billionaire businessman during a press availability. After Ramos settled down and agreed to wait his turn, Trump allowed him back in and answered all of his questions.

Ramos, the face of Univision, has a daughter who works for the Hillary Clinton campaign.

 

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 This post originally confused the ownership of Univision and has been corrected. 

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