Former Mexican president Vicente Fox appeared to reach across the border last week by inviting Donald Trump to visit his country and “learn about the real Mexico.”
It turned out not to be quite the olive branch we had thought.
In the same week that he apologized to Trump, Fox called the real estate mogul the “hated gringo” and the “ugly American” in an “explicit” interview with KickAss Politics.
Here is the picture Fox took for his interview about Trump:
A rally for Hillary Clinton in Los Angeles on Thursday looked more like an event for Donald Trump, with large numbers of protesters interrupting the rally itself. The rally for Cinco de Mayo, the Mexican holiday celebrating an important win by Mexican forces against France during the Franco-Mexican War in 1862, was held as a Hispanic outreach event.
Vice President Joe Biden’s hotel tab for his recent one-night stay in Mexico City cost taxpayers more than $500,000.
The federal government is holding a meeting to discuss concerns it has over the U.S.-Mexico border, focusing solely on climate change.
A world champion Mexican wrestler and aspiring politician told the Telegraph in an interview Monday that he wants to get in the ring with Barack Obama and Vladimir Putin.
Department of Homeland Security (DHS) officials were stumped when asked by a congressional subcommittee to provide data on high-level threats that have slipped through the U.S. border.
A U.S. Spanish-language news network that lobbied Hillary Clinton’s State Department on U.S. policies toward Mexico reported on those policies without disclosing its lobbying expenditures and is covering the U.S. presidential election without informing viewers of its company’s donations to the Clinton Foundation.
The U.S. government is offering to help Mexican authorities locate and recover hazardous radioactive materials that were stolen on Monday from a southern municipality in Mexico, a State Department official confirmed on Friday.