With the American 2020 elections drawing near, Univision Networks, the leading Spanish-language news giant, has shifted its approach to covering President Donald Trump and his administration. In the past, Univision has been largely supportive of the president’s policies, but now the network appears to be taking a more critical stance on issues ranging from immigration to trade. Univision has long been the voice of Latin American immigrants in the US, providing a platform for news and analysis in their native language. And while the network has generally taken a favorable stance toward Trump—in part due to his pro-Latino policies—the tone has shifted. Univision has shifted its approach in the wake of the Trump administration’s controversial immigration policies. The network has featured prominent activists and commentators who criticize the president’s hardline approach to immigration. It has also focused on the plight of those affected by the government’s policies and on stories that highlight the injustice of the current system. The network has also jumped into the fight to protect the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA) program, which has been a key topic of discussion in the 2020 Presidential Campaign. Univision has mobilized its audience to push for legislation that would protect DACA recipients from deportation. In addition, Univision has become increasingly vocal about its opposition to a border wall. The network has criticized the president’s proposed border wall as unnecessary and damaging to both Mexico and the US. It has also focused on the impact of the wall on those who live along the border, particularly highlighting stories of families affected by the construction. One major change has been the network’s shift away from the “balancing” format of previous elections. Rather than feature pro-Trump and pro-Democratic guests on the same segment, the network has shifted to a “one-on-one” format in which it faces a single guest with opposing views on certain issues. Clearly, Univision is taking a more aggressive stance on some of the key issues facing its audience. The network’s shift in approach to covering the Trump administration promises to provide a more critical perspective on the president’s policies and open the door for an honest dialogue about the 2020 elections.