Pulitzer Prize-winning journalist Jose Antonio Vargas on living in the U.S. undocumented for 25 y…

  • Ajoutée 20 sept. 2018
  • In his new book "Dear America: Notes of an Undocumented Citizen," Jose Antonio Vargas recounts first discovering that he's been in the country illegally for 25 years, and he shares his story of navigating life hidden in plain sight. Vargas spoke to Tanya Rivero on "Red & Blue" about his memoir.

Commentaires • 3

  • Mitchell Umansky
    Mitchell Umansky Il y a 13 jours

    Well he can go do what he does where he LEGALLY belongs. Until then he should realise hes not a victim but a mooch. I came here from my country LEGALLY. What a sad greedy glutton mooch. Legal or bounce as simple as that. hes not special in anyway nor is he a victim of ANYTHING.

  • Haya Glamazon
    Haya Glamazon Il y a mois

    On the one hand, I feel really bad for Jose because he didn't choose to be in the situation. The nomenclature of calling people illegal is wrong and gross. He's right about many things about the issues. A cynic would say he's probably made hundreds of thousands of dollars off his story but I don't care, the Kardashians sell themselves and get paid so who cares.

  • Non ya
    Non ya Il y a mois +1

    The insanity of an illegal alien openly disparaging the U.S while profiting from his time illegally in the U.S. Arrest and deport this illegal. Additionally, these are illegal aliens - not undocumented immigrants. Undocumented immigrant is an oxymoron. Immigrant means legal and these illegal aliens are not legal.