Mexico is already starting to be viewed as a grand sellout up against a Washington with the most abominable president in modern history.
[T]he the fanaticism that cost human lives on Saturday is fed by the anti-Mexican propaganda that oozes out of the White House.
[W]e have the worst of all possible worlds: two countries with enormous problems and Trump to make things even worse.
This head-in-the-sand approach repeatedly advocated by President López Obrador ... has brought us to the brink of the abyss.
Migration from Central America has already unleashed disquieting flashpoints of disapproval among those for whom Donald Trump’s style of discourse provides fertile ground.
These are dark times for the defense of human rights.
Instead of forming alliances with Europe, China and other victims of Trump’s antiquated economic nationalism, Lopez Obrador has instead isolated Mexico from the international diplomatic community
[T]he U.S. president must know that Mexico does not feel obligated by NAFTA II to agree at all times with Washington’s decisions on matters of regional or international cooperation.
With his simplistic foreign policy founded on punitive measures, Trump wants to pretend that his threat of a tariff ... forced Mexican President Obrador to make the alleged concession.
Trump’s resources for reprisals are enormous.