Trump to Univision: Tell Mexico ‘We Are Bringing Jobs Back to the U.S.’

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GOP presidential candidate and real estate mogul Donald Trump is not backing down to the media attacks by Univision over his remarks on illegal immigration from Mexicoo.

He wrote a letter to Randy Falco, the CEO and president of Univision Communications, following the recent news that Univision decided to cancel broadcasting Miss USA after Trump’s remarks about building a wall on the southern border to keep out illegal immigrants from Mexico.

In the letter, Trump advised to discontinue the construction linking Falco’s property to Trump National Doral, Miami and also that no Univision representative is allowed to use the facilities at Trump National Doral, Miami.

Trump added he was disappointed not to hear from Falco himself and said the Mexican government got a great deal with the recent trade negotiations that are currently being finalized.

“However, inform them that should I become President, those days are over. We are bringing jobs back to the U.S. Also, a meaningful border will be immediately created, not the laughingstock that currently exists,” stated Trump.

Trump has said he plans to sue Univision “for a tremendous amount of money” for violating its contract, according to ABC News.

Letter From Donald J. Trump