Rosa Lozano, from Washington, left, translates President Obama’s speech into Spanish as Lita Trejo, from El Salvador, and Texas Democratic State Rep. Ramon Romero, listen to the address on a tablet in front of the White House on Thursday night.
Rosa Lozano, from Washington, left, translates President Obama’s speech into Spanish as Lita Trejo, from El Salvador, and Texas Democratic State Rep. Ramon Romero, listen to the address on a tablet in front of the White House on Thursday night. Alex Brandon The Associated Press
Rosa Lozano, from Washington, left, translates President Obama’s speech into Spanish as Lita Trejo, from El Salvador, and Texas Democratic State Rep. Ramon Romero, listen to the address on a tablet in front of the White House on Thursday night. Alex Brandon The Associated Press

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