León Krauze

Univision / University of Southern California

Guest/Host

Award-winning Mexican journalist León Krauze is the lead anchor for Univision's KMEX in Los Angeles. He holds the Wallis Annenberg Chair in Journalism at the University of Southern California and is the author of several books, including La Casa Dividida, which covered the first five years of the George W. Bush presidency.

Krauze is former contributor to the Daily Beast

León Krauze on KCRW

Mexican-American Journalist Leon Krauze responds to Trump's renewed plans for mass deportations, and describes the long-term impact of Trump's threats on Mexico

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A man holds up a sign that reads "silence" as rescue personnel look for people underneath the rubble of a collapsed building after an earthquake hit Mexico City, Mexico September 19,…

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