Enrique Peña Nieto, under the microscope; a young girl’s odyssey through the immigration courts; and the stars of the upcoming biopic, “Cantinflas”
With Telemundo’s Los Angeles anchor, Edgar Muñoz; Noticias Telemundo correspondent Raúl Torres; “La Opinión” reporter Isaías Alvarado; and the stars of the film “Cantinflas”: Oscar Jaenada, Ilse Salas and Luis Gerardo Mendez
Airing at a special time this week: 1PM/12PM C
Miami – August 29, 2014 – On Sunday, August 31 at 1PM/12 C, “Enfoque con José Díaz-Balart” on Telemundo presents an analysis of an exclusive interview with Mexican President Enrique Peña Nieto; a special report on an undocumented young girl’s passage through the US immigration courts; and a series of interviews with the stars of the eagerly awaited movie “Cantinflas.”
Telemundo’s Los Angeles anchor Edgar Muñoz sits down with Noticias Telemundo correspondent Raúl Torres and “La Opinión” reporter Isaías Alvarado for a closer look at his interview with Peña Nieto. Noticias Telemundo’s Rogelio Mora-Tagle presents an investigative report about the courts that decide the future of undocumented minors. Plus, the stars of “Cantinflas,” Oscar Jaenada, Ilse Salas and Luis Gerardo Méndez, discuss the upcoming film about the legendary Mexican comedian with Telemundo’s Azucena Cierco.
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