JORGE RAMOS, HOST, REAL AMERICA WITH JORGE RAMOS: Across the country, Asians are also the fastest growing group of undocumented immigrants. Its given rise to a new generation of activists, on the front lines of Donald Trump’s war on immigration. Christine Park and Alice Lee are both undocumented. They were brought to the U.S. as children from South Korea. Hola Alice thanks for being here, I really appreciate it.
JORGE RAMOS, HOST, REAL AMERICA WITH JORGE RAMOS: Being an immigrant has never been easy, but back then there seemed to be a different attitude towards them in the U.S.
PRESIDENT RONALD REAGAN: They came to make America work. They didn’t ask what this country could do for them, but what they could do to make this, this refuge, the greatest home of freedom in history.
JORGE RAMOS: Today immigrants are getting a very different welcome.
JOSE DÍAZ-BALART, ANCHORMAN, TELEMUNDO NEWS: The President, today in the White House celebrated the start of Hispanic Heritage month. At the event he said that the economy is on a roll, ensuring Hispanic business owners are leading the upswing. He also highlighted that unemployment among Latinos is now at its lowest point.
JORGE RAMOS, SENIOR ANCHOR, UNIVISION: Governor, I’ve got a minute left and I’d like to ask you the following: Do you regret that press conference in San Juan where President Donald Trump asked how many fatalities there were and you told him 16? Many feel, Governor, that you took a very submissive attitude towards President Donald Trump, and that you should’ve demanded much more from him. Do you regret what happened at that press conference?
JORGE RAMOS, SENIOR ANCHOR, UNIVISION: So, did three thousand people die in Puerto Rico, or did they not die, per the President?
U.S. REP. LUIS GUTIÉRREZ (D-IL): Jorge, I was there ten days after the hurricane. Traffic...at noon...gridlocked. In other words, if you were sick you couldn’t get to the hospital. Ah?
SATCHA PRETTO, NEWS ANCHOR, UNIVISION: The Trump administration’s immigration policies can damage the national economy. That is what dozens of CEOs of large companies are warning in a letter in which they criticize changes in the distribution of work visas and deportation proceedings. Companies such as Apple, Coca-Cola and AT&T as well as several banking consortia signed onto the warning.
SATCHA PRETTO, NEWS ANCHOR, UNIVISION: Executive directors of some of the largest companies in the country, among them Apple, JP Morgan and Pepsi, write in an open letter to the current administration that it reconsider immigration policies because they know and have first-hand knowledge that it would be affecting the labor market and specifically in these large markets.