About The X-Ray
The X-Ray with Fernando Espuelas is a conversation with powerful people impacting the American political system.
About The X-Ray
The X-Ray with Fernando Espuelas is a new podcast with a fresh take on political power: Who wants it? Who wields it? And why?
Through compelling conversations and analysis with politicians, media, and experts, The X-Ray with Fernando Espuelas dissects how power really works in Washington, DC. Big ideas to change the world and naked power plays. Villains and heroes. Talkers and doers. DC’s big cast of characters making decisions for 330 million people – the ultimate power play.
Espuelas has bridged the worlds of media, technology, and politics — producing and hosting TV and radio programs on Univision and other networks. He’s interviewed national and international figures such as Joe Biden, Barack Obama, John McCain, Gavin Newsom, Lindsey Graham, Newt Gingrich, and Nancy Pelosi, and has been a commentator on a variety of networks, including CBS, CNN, NPR, MSNBC, and Fox News.
Listen to The X-Ray with Fernando Espuelas wherever you get your podcasts.
Fernando Espuelas is a political journalist in Washington, DC. He specializes in covering power – who wants it, who wields it, and why.
Espuelas has contributed opinion journalism to CBS News, CNN, C-SPAN, Fox News, France 24, Hearst Television & Radio, The Hill, The Huffington Post, iHeart, NPR News, MSNBC, La Opinión, Sky News, Spotify, Univision, and many other platforms.
Espuelas was previously host of the daily politics program “The Fernando Espuelas Show” on Univision Radio and the weekly “Decision 2020 with Fernando Espuelas” for Univision News. Espuelas was also the producer and host of national politics TV show “Matter of Fact with Fernando Espuelas.” Espuelas is the first American Latino to host a mainstream national TV Sunday politics program.
Espuelas was previously the host and managing editor of the national, bilingual radio talk show “Fernando Espuelas.” The top rated Latino talk-radio program in the country, the show was produced and broadcast daily from Washington by Univision.