... Donald Trump, in one of his crazy tweets, wrote: “Biggest part of deal with Mexico has not yet been revealed.” What next?
Human rights organizations ... are rightly furious at this inhumane policy that seems to be aimed ... at frightening and polarizing.
We should work to prevent people who crown themselves with influential roles as presidents and legislators from becoming false prophets.
[T]he permission given by Trump to greatly dehumanize migrants ... is, in fact, a symptom of the increasingly toxic climate instilled by this president in the whole of American society.
The controversy has fueled already heightened tensions following a week marked by tragedies at the border.
A little boy lying dead on a beach, a father and daughter face down in a river – that is what deterrence looks like.
The flood of immigrants intensifies the president’s strong anti-immigration stance, which has been a main campaign policy since launching his White House bid four years ago.
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
Their rights are just a bill of exchange and their lives, a safe-conduct for governments that have agreed to become complicit.