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It's not clear why President Donald Trump thinks highly of Mexico's president-elect, Andres Manuel Lopez Obrador, but the US president has reportedly given him a nickname only a few days after he won the election.
‘God knows we don’t like him’: Mexico’s former ambassador to China explains how Mexico —and the world — reacted to...
Trump's foreign policy stumbled through his first year, but diplomats are getting a better idea of how he sees the world.
Trump’s rocky dealings with Mexico could have consequences much more severe than a few canceled visits
The latest clash between President Donald Trump and Mexico illustrates a broader, perhaps more serious, flaw in his approach to foreign policy.
"These countries are not our friends," Trump said. "We think they’re our friends ... and they’re pouring drugs into our country and they’re laughing at us."
Jared Kushner is going to meet face-to-face with Mexico’s president, despite losing his security clearance
The talks will reportedly focus on security, immigration, and trade.
Jared Kushner holds the reins for Trump's dealings with Mexico, and that could have a lasting impact on the bilateral relationship.
Such a move would require — and is unlikely to get — legislative approval.
Trump says Mexico has ‘the absolute power’ to stop ‘Caravans’ of migrants — here’s what he’s missing
Trump's repeated broadsides against Mexico over security and immigration appear to gloss over important details about US policy and the situation on the ground.
After days of raging against migrants, Trump says he’s sending the military to guard the US-Mexico border
A "caravan" of migrants attracted President Donald Trump's ire this week, and on Tuesday he said he would get the military involved in border security.
They want Mexico to cut off ties with the US over what lawmakers have characterized as President Donald Trump's militarization of the border.