Fusion’s Jorge Ramos took Donald Trump to task this week for his immigration plan, calling the GOP frontrunner the most divisive figure in the country.
“Right now Donald Trump is, no question, the loudest voice of intolerance, hatred and devision in the United States,” Ramos said.
Ramos blasted Trump’s plan for being unrealistic and immoral: “It seems like he wants to get in the business of deporting babies,” he said, arguing the 14th amendment guarantees citizenship for children of illegal immigrants who were born in America.
On Trump’s promotion of building a giant wall around the U.S.-Mexico border, Ramos poured cold water on the “absurd” plan.
“I think it’s very important that he’s talking about immigration, but he’s saying all the wrong things,” Ramos concluded.
In the latest CNN/ORC poll, Trump has closed the gap in a potential matchup with Hillary Clinton, trailing the former Secretary of State by six points nationally.