Is a Cuban-American journalist, radio host, and author.His birth name is Ricardo Sánchez. He is currently a FOX News contributor, a columnist for FOX News Latino.Early Life (Childhood)
He was born in Guanabacoa, Cuba and at the age of two he emigrated to United States Of America (USA). He completed his high school from Hialeah High School and graduated from University of Minnesota in Minneapolis as Journalism Scholarship.Interesting Facts
He follow Roman Catholic religion. He accepted football schoolarship in Minnesota State University Moorhead and later transfer to University of Minnesota in Minneapolis as Journalism Scholarship.Personal Life
After dating for a long time with Suzanne, he is living happy married life with her. They have four children among them three are sons and one is daughter.Achievement
In 1983 he won the Emmy Award for the series title "When i Left Cuba". Then after he didn't get any awards though has good dedication towards his work.Rumor
He called President Barack Obama a "cotton picking president" during his time in CNN but later he apologized for that.