JORGE RAMOS, SENIOR ANCHOR, UNIVISION: George Bush, Sr.’s funeral was this week, and truth be told, the interview didn’t turn out the way I wanted it to. Not just because of my English, but because I couldn’t get the date for the invasion of Iraq out of the president. Shortly after my interview, in fact, the military attack was launched.

LORI MONTENEGRO, WASHINGTON CORRESPONDENT, TELEMUNDO: They fear that in the negotiations over border security that considers funding for the wall, there may also be a funding increase for ICE and the Border Patrol.

JOSÉ DÍAZ-BALART, ANCHOR, TELEMUNDO: Trump said that the southern border lives an unprecedented humanitarian crisis. The truth is that illegal crossings are at the lowest level in 18 years.

JOSÉ DIAZ-BALART, ANCHOR, TELEMUNDO: if the trend continues at this rate, the year 2019 would be the year with more immigrant entries since 2007.

JORGE RAMOS, SENIOR NEWS ANCHOR, UNIVISION: Do you believe we can say that again in 2020, that no one can make it to the White House, no one can become President, without the Latino vote

XAVIER BECERRA, ATTORNEY GENERAL OF CALIFORNIA: Who could believe that the state of our Union would be moved by President Trump's extravagant obsession with building a wall on the border that not even the experts want?

ENRIQUE ACEVEDO, ANCHOR, UNIVISION: Upon talking about the situation on the border with Mexico, President Trump said that Republicans and Democrats must join forces to confront a national crisis, an ‘urgent national crisis’ he said.

CLAUDIA UCEDA, CORRESPONDENT, UNIVISION: A Marist/NPR/PBS poll conducted in the middle of the government shutdown suggests that 50 percent of Latinos surveyed approve the work of the President. An increase of 19 percent compared with the results of another survey conducted in December. 46 percent of respondents disapprove of him.

PRESIDENT DONALD TRUMP: These are just tremendous people. Many have been my friends for a long period of time, and I thought we'd go around the table and say a few words and that'll be great. Let's start with Pastor, please.

CAROLINA VALLADARES, CORRESPONDENT, NTN24: A massive pro-life movement march Friday in the heart of Washington. A human tide arrived from all corners of the country, answering the call of the organizers in the largest mobilization against abortion in the United States.

JORGE RAMOS, SENIOR NEWS ANCHOR, UNIVISION: Cristina, does the wall work? Many Democrats and many Members of Congress had at one time voted for a border wall, there are currently 700 miles of wall along the border. Why not give President Trump the other 234 miles he’s asking for?

ROGELIO MORA-TAGLE, CORRESPONDENT, TELEMUNDO: This historic government shutdown seems to be gradually eroding the popularity of the President. According to a new survey, more Americans increasingly disapprove of his work.