Donald Trump Shouts Down Fidel Castro’s Race-Agitating Nephew



Donald Trump shouted down Telemundo’s José Diaz-Balart, photo above, nephew to the very creepy Fidel Castro and also a host on the faux news show MSNBC.

It was a fine sight to see with José on the receiving end of what he usually dishes out. It drew jeers for José and applause for Trump.

Diaz-Balart started out asking Trump about his comments from his kickoff announcement address, but soon asked his leading question.

“Mr. Trump,” Diaz-Balart said, “you know 53,000 hispanics turn 18 years of age in this country every month, born in the country of voting age, 54 million plus hispanics — many feel that what you said when you said that the people who cross the border are rapists and murderers –.”

“No, no, no. We’re talking about illegal immigration and everybody understands that,” Trump said. “And you know what: that’s a typical case — wait, that’s a typical case of the press with misinterpretation. They take a half a sentence — they take a half a sentence, then they take quarter of a sentence and put it all together. It’s a typical thing.”

José deliberately framed the question with a falsehood to put Trump on the defensive but Trump would have none of it. The audience jeered José who never finished his question.

José is a race-agitator who wants amnesty, no deportations, and open borders. In addition to being a host on Telemundo, he brings his particular brand of trouble-making to “The Rundown with José Díaz-Balart” on MSNBC nightly.

If you want a sample of his bias, Newbusters did a piece on him in February.