[Now] that the White House is finished with Mexico, it is Canada who is called into the parlor.
Donald Trump has devoted his term to drawing battle lines all over the place.
[T]he Republican tycoon’s attempt to start a global trade war will fail, and the U.S. economy will suffer the most.
Representatives and senators of the Permanent Commission of the national Congress agreed yesterday on a unanimous rejection of the “xenophobic and racist statements of the president of the U.S.,” Donald Trump.
In addition, in support of the statement by President Enrique Peña Nieto in which he reiterated that [Read more]
[I]nstead of using the opportunity to propose substantial initiatives, the Mexican representatives decided to wager on maintaining the same basic terms of a treaty which was negotiated more than two decades ago.
Mexico is finally raising its voice.
We have two terrible presidents. That is the sad reality of Mexico and the United States.
When we needed two capable leaders during one of the most difficult moments of the troubled bilateral relationship, Enrique Peña Nieto and Donald Trump fell upon us. We could say it is bad luck. But the reality is that it is [Read more]
Arpaio’s pardon is one more confirmation that Trump is going to do everything necessary to fulfill his campaign promises
Sessions frames these leaks as a threat to national security, but he fails to mention the threat presented by the central players in these events.