President Joe Biden and former President Donald Trump have officially clinched the required delegates for their Democratic and Republican presidential nominations. With the unofficial general campaign underway, both parties are eager to win the Latino vote. Now, a Republican strategy to shore up Latino support is becoming clear as they are aligning with Latin American politicians — far-right populist President of Argentina, Javier Milei, was a featured speaker at the recent Conservative Political Action Committee, as well as President of El Salvador, Nayib Bukele, who told the crowd to "put up a fight" against the "global elites" to win back the U.S.

Plus, accusations of racism are flaring up as temporary shelters are being set up across the state to house migrant families.

And Big Papi threw a first pitch at the Red Sox's recent exhibition game in the Dominican Republic — showcasing Dominican players’ dominance in American baseball.

We break down those stories and more on our Latinx News Roundtable this week on Under the Radar with Callie Crossley.


Julio Ricardo Varela, MSNBC columnist and founder of Latino Rebels

Marcela García, opinion columnist and associate editor at the Boston Globe