'In What Sense Are You Fully American?': Tucker Battles Jorge Ramos Over Voting in Dual Elections
Tucker Carlson debated Univision news anchor Jorge Ramos over the fact he voted in both Mexican and American elections.
Ramos was born in Mexico City but later became a United States citizen.
Carlson said that, in taking his oath of citizenship, Ramos swore to "renounce all allegiance to any foreign state you have ever been a citizen of."
"You took that oath, but you're voting in a foreign election," Carlson said.
Ramos said there is nothing wrong with doing so, as some countries like Mexico allow the practice.
"Mexico is not invading the U.S.," he said.
"Yet, Mexican citizens live in this country, vote in Mexican elections, then write books telling Americans like me how we should run our government when you clearly haven't renounced your loyalty to a foreign government," Carlson said.
Ramos said he should indeed be able to "complain" about Donald Trump, who he called the "most anti-immigrant president since the 1950s."
Ramos then accused Carlson of being "state media" because he is "criminalizing immigrants," which the Carlson then dismissed as a "Univision talking point."
"In what sense are you fully American?" Carlson asked.
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