Ruben Navarrette, Jr.

Political Columnist

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Ruben Navarrette, Jr. is a contributor to CNN, a nationally syndicated columnist with the Washington Post Writers Group and host of the podcast Navarrette Nation. He is the author of A Darker Shade of Crimson: Odyssey of a Harvard Chicano.

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Recapping One Year Later

Each of One Year Later’s hosts choose their favorite episode.

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The film Coco has resonated with Latinos in the US who have been battered by the anti-Latino rhetoric coming out of the White House.

What does the film 'Coco' mean for the Latino community?

The film Coco has resonated with Latinos in the US who have been battered by the anti-Latino rhetoric coming out of the White House.

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As a candidate, President Trump promised to round up and deport "bad hombres."

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As a candidate, President Trump promised to round up and deport "bad hombres."

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