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President Says He Shares Outrage Felt by Citizens Regarding Trump's Policies

Elena Toledo - PanAm Post
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September 2, 2016

New Clinton attack ad: 'Trump's embarrassment in Mexico' (The Briefing)

Mexico’s President Enrique Peña Nieto met with U.S. Republican Presidential Candidate Donald Trump this week to discuss immigration policy, and he did not like what he heard.

In an interview with Denise Maerker on Televisa, Mexico’s President made his position clear.

“I say here today very clearly and very publicly, what the candidate Trump knows, I was emphatic in pointing out that Mexico would not pay in any way for the wall.”

Trump, however, left the meeting with his own ideas, tweeting out what seemed to be his own conclusions about the borer wall.

He went on to say that the policy ideas Trump has put forward represent a “threat” to the country.

“As President I have a unique responsibility, which is to care for Mexicans and fight for Mexico,” he said. “Perhaps for the first time in the history of the electoral campaign in the United States, Mexico is part of the debate and there have been positions that quite frankly pose a threat and a danger to Mexico.”

Read the rest at PanAm Post | Español

Related: When the Mexican President Called Him Out for His Dumb Lie, Trump Said He "Had No Choice" But to Hit Back (U.S. News & World Report)

Related: ‘Cállate, Imbécil’: The Best Mexican Responses to Donald Trump’s Visit (The Guardian)

Related: U.S.-Mexico Relations: Peña Nieto's Hosting Donald Trump Difficult to Fathom (Mexico Voices)

Related: Trump Is No Longer Mexico’s Most Hated Man. It’s Peña Nieto. (MacLean's)

Related: Mexican President Enrique Peña Nieto Defends Donald Trump Meet Despite Harsh Backlash: 'It Was Necessary to Talk' (Daily News)

Related: Mexican Film Director González Iñarritu: Peña Nieto Honored a Man Who Had Insulted, Spat Upon and Threatened Us (The Yucatan Times)

Related: The Internet Reacts to 'Make Mexico Great Again Also' Hats (Insider Car News)

Related: Mexico’s President Baited Trump Into Changing His Speech with Tweet About Border Wall (Raw Story)

Related: Latinos for Trump Founder Warns of ‘Taco Trucks on Every Corner’ (Politico)

Related: How Trump Made a Fool Out of Mexico (Slate)

Related: Cash Seized from Mexican Drug Cartels May Fund Trump's 'Great' Wall (Inquisitr)

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