Jose Diaz-Balart created the history by becoming the first Cuban-American Journalist to host the new program in CBS, This Morning, back in 1996. Since then, he has become the dynamic figure among the media personality with his career as a 'Journalist' and 'Anchorman.'

Well, along with his outstanding career, he is very much attached to his family, and he even claims his wife and children as his 'Life.'

So, if you want to know about his astonishing family life, then keep reading!

Jose Diaz-Balart's Happily Married Life

The media personality, Jose Diaz- Balart has been married to his wife for a long 17 years, and their beautiful married life blossomed into a complete family when their two beautiful daughters were born.

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Though the Telemundo network's anchor, Jose maintains a low-key about his family members, he often shares his love for them via social media. Back in November 2011, he tweeted about his married life, where he mentioned that his married life had been their glorious 11 years of his life with his better half.

Similarly, despite his busy schedule, he is spotted sharing the happy moments with his family. He shared a picture on his Instagram account along with his wife and daughters, back in January 2017, with a caption,

"We celebrated the new year together. #family. Celebrando juntos."

Jose Diaz-Balart with his wife and two daughters (Photo: Jose Diaz-Balart's Instagram)

He shared another Instagram post in July 2017, where he was expressing his love towards his daughters. The anchor of multiple channels, Jose shared an adorable picture of him and his two daughters, with a beautiful caption that read,

"Mi vida. My life."

By the looks of it, his family's support and love for him must have helped Jose to achieve success in his career. He has also maintained balanced to his professional career and personal life, which made him great in his 'field' and a perfect 'family man.'

Apart from his professional career, Jose is the son of the former Cuban politician, Rafael Diaz-Balart, and Hilda Caballero Brunet. He has three brothers, Mario Diaz-Balart( a U.S representative), Rafael Diaz-Balart(a banker), and Lincoln Diaz-Balart(a former U.S representative).

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Coming from the family of Politics background, Jose indulged and established himself in the different profession. Previously, Jose contributed his time formerly working with the MSNBC morning program, The Rundown with Jose Diaz-Balart. But he left MSNBC to work with the NBC Nightly News as a 'Saturday anchor.'

An Emmy Award-winning journalist, Jose Diaz-Balart enjoys the net worth of $ 5 million, which indeed must be the contribution of impressive salary that the network provides him.

Telemundo Report on 2018 ICE Homage: "More Intent On Promoting The Abolish-ICE Movement"

In August 2018, Trump addressed an event honoring the members of the U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) Agency.

However, Díaz-Balart’s report covering it suggested that he was more intent on promoting the Abolish-ICE movement; spending a large portion on “a group of Democrats”, as opposed to the actual event held in the White House.

As defined by Wikipedia: U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) Agency, is a law enforcement organization of the federal government of the US tasked to enforce the immigration laws of the US and to investigate the criminal and terrorist activity of foreign nationals residing in the US.

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On the report above, he stated that Trump had disqualified the group of Democrats who have been calling for the abolishment of ICE.

Only a minority of Democrats proposed the elimination of ICE, who was concerned by the numbers of abuses against immigrants committed by these agents throughout the country.

However, the anchor also acknowledged that President Trump praised employees of ICE, and the Border Patrol and law enforcement, labeling them as “incredibly brave patriots who keep America safe.”