WATCH: Jorge Ramos shows how Trump’s candidacy is traumatizing young Latino kids
Univision’s Jorge Ramos has been one of Donald Trump’s sharpest media critics, and this week he posted a video showing how Trump’s campaign is terrifying young Latino children in the United States.
The video, which is part of the documentary Hate Rising that Ramos made with Fusion, shows the Univision anchor sitting in a classroom and talking with young children who have parents of Mexican descent about their fears of a Trump presidency.
“My dad is from Mexico, and if Donald Trump wins, he’s going back to Mexico and we’re going to be separate,” one young boy told Ramos. “Because my mom is from here, and my dad is from Mexico.”
Other children around the room chimed in to say that they also feared being separated from their parents should Trump win the election.
“Me and my sister will stay here, and my mom and dad will go to Mexico,” said another boy.
Another boy started to cry and said, “I don’t want my grandma to go to Mexico because she already takes care of me.”
Watch the whole video below.