Univision severs ties with Donald Trump after rant on immigration and Mexicans

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NEW YORK, NY - Donald Trump coined the catch phrase "You're fired!" But it looks like what goes around comes around.   Univision, the number one Hispanic TV network in the United States, has decided to end all commercial ties with Trump, including the broadcasting of the Miss Universe pageant, after the real estate mogul delivered a controversial speech on immigration and attacked Mexicans living in the country.

"When Mexico sends its people, they're not sending their best," said Trump during the announcement of his presidential bid.  "They're sending people that have lots of problems, and they're bringing those problems with us.  They're bringing drugs, they're bringing crime, they're rapists."

One can only assume Univision executives talked to their lawyers before announcing such a move, the breach of a five-year contract with Trump; because the man who likes to put his name on every brick is not backing down.  First, he claimed he's gonna sue Univision.  Now, the latest news is a letter he sent to Univision president Randy Falco, in which he prohibits all employees of the corporation from using the Trump National Doral golf courses in Miami.

In the meantime, Trump is climbing in the polls: he is now in second place among Republican voters in New Hampshire, right behind Jeb Bush.  Though it's too early to tell what's gonna happen, one thing is for sure: this isn't "muy bueno."

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