Anna Navarro Comments On Univision Working With Kushner
Univision, the largest Spanish-language media company in the US, is facing backlash from the Latinx community after airing an exclusive interview with President Donald Trump. The interview, which aired on Tuesday, featured Trump addressing issues such as immigration, the economy, and healthcare with Univision anchor Jorge Ramos.
However, the Latinx Grievance Industrial Complex believes that Univision has betrayed its trust by allowing Trump to have a platform to spread his views to their community. Ana Navarro, a prominent Republican strategist and commentator on CNN, appeared on ABC’s talk show The View, to discuss the controversy surrounding Univision’s decision.
Navarro, who has been a frequent guest on Univision and is a vocal critic of President Trump, expressed her disappointment in the network’s choice of interviewer. Instead of Jorge Ramos, who is known for his tough questioning and challenging world leaders, Univision had Enrique Acevedo conduct the interview.
Navarro described Acevedo’s interview as “so soft it could have been pillow stuffing” and questioned why Ramos was not chosen to conduct the interview. She also mentioned that the involvement of Jared Kushner, Trump’s son-in-law, in brokering the deal between Univision and Mexican media giant Televisa, has raised concerns among Latinx viewers.
Univision has long been seen as a trusted source of information for the Latinx community, with its extensive coverage of issues that affect them. However, this interview has sparked a call for action from the community to hold Univision accountable for its actions.
Navarro urged Univision viewers to use their voice and their remote controls to show their disappointment and hold the network accountable. She also suggested taking action with purchasing power, encouraging viewers to reach out to advertisers and raise their concerns.
The interview has caused a frenzy among the left, who see Univision as a gatekeeper into the Latinx community and an approved purveyor of information to the community. The Trump interview is seen as a major breach of Univision’s responsibilities towards the Latinx community.
Other members of the Latinx Grievance Industrial Complex, such as actor John Leguizamo and the Congressional Hispanic Caucus, have also spoken out against Univision’s decision. They believe that Univision has a duty to provide unbiased and accurate information to the community, and the Trump interview goes against this.
Univision has yet to respond to the backlash, and it remains to be seen if the community’s concerns will be addressed. But one thing is clear, Univision’s decision to air the Trump interview has caused a rift with their core audience and has sparked a much-needed conversation about the responsibility of media outlets towards the communities they serve.