*The Electronic Urban Report/EUR caught up with Latin Hollywood at the Eva Longoria Foundation dinner and found out their thoughts on Presidential candidate Donald Trump.
EUR: Do you think Donald Trump will apologize this weekend while he’s hosting SNL?
Zachary Levi: I would be shocked if he apologized and honestly, I don’t really care. As long as we all show up and do our part on election day we have nothing to worry about.
Izzy Diaz: I don’t want to watch. A part of me wants to see if they poke fun of him and use him as the butt of the joke, which I kind of think he’s doing anyway. But I don’t want to watch it. But I’m going to find out…I’ll be reading about it, at 1:03 A.M.
Holly Robinson Peete: An apology?…Oh, to the whole community? I don’t think so. He doesn’t strike me like an apologetic type of guy. The show should be interesting. It would be a smart move, politically. It would be very smart, but from what I know about Mr. Trump…and I was on “Celebrity Apprentice,” I can’t see him really apologizing, but we’ll see.
Rodney Peete: No.
EUR: How would your high school experience been different if social media was more present?
Zachary Levi: Social media has become a huge part of the fabric of our lives. I went to an all guys school, so maybe I would’ve seen more girls. That would’ve been nice.
Jadyn Douglas: Oh my lord! Things would’ve been totally different. It would’ve been crazy. There would probably be a lot of pictures I would be ashamed of.
Izzy Diaz: That’s frightening, because now we have stories that we can share, but only five people know what really happened. I couldn’t imagine flashing pictures in the basement parties I was at. I went to school with a lot of Greek and Italian people…as high school kids they really know how to party. I’m very thankful there is no record of that.
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