Before Donald Trump could give a speech at an Iowa press conference this past August, Univision anchor Jorge Ramos rudely jumped the line, demanding Trump address his immigration policy while boldly screaming, “you cannot deport 11 million people”
Trump didn’t take Ramos actions lightly, firing back “go back to Univision” shortly before having him escorted out of the press conference by his security team.
After the heated altercation, Trump took to social media to voice his anger.
On Twitter, Trump told his millions of followers to boycott Univision if they wanted “strong borders and good trade deals”. On Instagram, Trump made public the letter he sent to Univision CEO and President Randy Falco, alerting him that under no circumstances are any Univision officers or representatives allowed to stay at his Trump National Doral Miami (the luxury hotel coincidentally neighbors with Univision’s Miami headquarters).
Anyone who wants strong borders and good trade deals for the US should boycott @Univision.
— Donald J. Trump (@realDonaldTrump) June 26, 2015