A new cable network targeting young Hispanics has a special guest for its opening day on Monday: President Obama.
Fusion -- which describes itself as a "news, pop culture, and satire TV and digital network," and is a joint venture of ABC News and Univision -- announced Sunday that Obama will be a guest on "AMERICA with Jorge Ramos" at 7 p.m. Monday.
Expect immigration and Obamacare to be major topics.
Obama "will speak with Fusion White House Correspondent and ABC News Senior National Correspondent Jim Avila," says Fusion. "The interview will take place Monday afternoon at the White House and air first on 'AMERICA.'"
Meanwhile, Ramos has an interview with another influential lawmaker: Sen. Ted Cruz, R-Tex.
"Fusion is a news, pop culture and satire TV and digital network. It will engage and champion a young, diverse, and inclusive America with a unique mix of smart and irreverent original reporting, lifestyle, and comedic content.
"Fusion will launch in millions of households nationwide on October 28, 2013 as six major distributors have already agreed to carry the cable network including Cablevision, Charter, Cox, AT&T U-Verse, Verizon FiOS and Google Fiber."