Mexican actress Ana de la Reguera paid a visit to FOX 5 NY to talk about the upcoming Netflix series “Narcos,” which follows the rise and fall of Colombian kingpin Pablo Escobar and the Drug Enforcement Agency agents hunting him. The story is told largely from the points of view of Escobar, played by Brazilian actor Wagner Moura, and U.S. DEA Agent Steve Murphy (Boyd Holbrook), on opposite sides of what would become an all-out war. Pedro Pascal ("Game of Thrones") co-stars as Mexican DEA Agent Javier Peña.

The actress plays a guerrilla fighter: “She's a very idealistic woman who wants the best for her country, but the guerilla starts to get corrupt,” De La Reguera said about her character. When talking about the reaction Colombians could have had, and if there was any resistance on their part to shoot the series, the actress said she thinks there was nothing like that. “This was many years ago. There were so many people killed, but they are in a great position to tell the story and it is told from many perspectives,” she explained.

De la Reguera also said she’s been living in LA for a few years and thinks that immigrants work hard and make this country a better place, which is why Trump was stupid to say those things. “In the last elections, Latinos had a lot of power deciding, so he wont win the states were there are predominantly Latinos,” she assured.