Last June, Univision anchor Jorge Ramos sent a handwritten letter to Donald Trump requesting an interview. Univision had recently dropped the Miss Universe Pageant as a response to Trump's accusations that Mexico sent "rapists" to the United States. Not surprisingly, Trump declined Ramos' interview request, but he also posted the letter on Instagram (which included Ramos' personal cell phone number). A few months later, at a Dubuque, Iowa news conference, Ramos stood up to try to question Trump about his immigration policies. Trump repeatedly told Ramos to sit down, even telling him: "Go back to Univision." The squabble made international headlines, underscoring Trump's distasteful image among Hispanic voters and further catapulting Ramos into the spotlight, as both the nation's most trusted Spanish-language news anchor and a pro-immigrant savior who dares to stand up to hate. In an October profile, The New Yorker dubbed Ramos "The Man Who Wouldn't Sit Down." Besides co-anchoring the nightly news, Ramos hosts Sunday-morning public-affairs show Al Punto, writes a syndicated column, and hosts an English-language weekly news-magazine show on Fusion. His latest book, appropriately dubbed Sin Miedo, compiles some of the interviews he's done over the years with "rebels" such as Barack Obama and Sonia Sotomayor.