Jorge Ramos, one of the most influential people in the world according to Time magazine, has always made sure to report accurate facts about the latest news on U.S. candidates. However, as a Latino living in the U.S. it is inevitable for the Univision’s news anchor not to stand up for his own, immigrants.

Before the GOP debate on Thursday night, Ramos tweeted about the importance of words when talking about immigration. The journalist, who came into the country with a student visa and has worked hard to maintain his status in the U.S., advised the Republican Candidates on social media: “Dear Candidate: don’t use the word ‘illegals.’ It’s much better ‘undocumented immigrants.’ Unless you don’t care about the Latino vote.”

Hoping that Donald Trump’s proposal of deporting 11 million undocumented immigrants was addressed, Ramos continued his advice by saying: “Dear Candidate, a friendly reminder: Latinos won’t vote for you if you want to deport their parents, their friends and co-workers.”

The day after the debate, Ramos expressed his surprise when he realized that no one in the panel had criticized Trump’s ideas of mass deportations, and that the question “How do you deport 11M men, women and children? If you don't want to do that, what's your plan?” wasn’t even brought up throughout the discussion.