Cristina Saralegui endorses Obama (Video)
Originally from Cuba, Saralegui came to the U.S. with her family when she was 12 years-old. Often referred to as the “Latina Oprah,” she became a household name with her Miami-based Spanish-language talk show, “El Show de Cristina,” where she hosted guests including Selena, Shakira, Ricky Martin, Gloria Trevi and other big names in the entertainment business.
Her empire includes her talk show, which has won 11 Emmys and an estimated 100 million viewers worldwide, a Miami television studio, Casa Cristina, a furniture line, an upcoming clothing line and her own magazine Cristina La Revista according to TIME magazine.
Saralegui was named one TIME Magazine’s “25 most influential Hispanics in America” in 2005.
This is Saralegui’s first presidential endorsement.
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