The president of Mexico, Andrew Manuel López Obrador, asked don’t take it seriously lost “POLES APART” the others aspirants to the Presidency of the United States made against our country.
In the morning conference at the National Palace, the president of Mexico explained that because of the time of the election of deer There is a kind of competition to see who says the most violence on the part of the presidential candidates in that country, especially on the Republican side.
“As the elections are approaching in the United States, there is a kind of competition to see who says the most brutal, who is the boldest to threaten Mexico, to blame Mexico for the unquestionable attempts , that’s what happened in the United States. ,” he reasoned.
So, what should we do, because not taking those statements seriously, they are nonsense, so not taking them seriously is politicking, it is not even politics,” he explained.
“And in the face of violation, guidance of the citizens of the United States, that the media of the United States does not do, with honorable exceptions. Guiding the citizens of the United States so that they have more information, so that they are not manipulated, a lot of progress has been made,” he said.
Lopez Obrador He stated that those who speak ill of Mexico in the United States have not done their political careers any good in the American Union.
“The citizens of the United States must know about what is really happening, so that these political campaigns, of lies, of slander, of those who seek to get votes or positions, do not progress. Honestly, don’t worry too much, it’s pointless. Also, in general, those who speak badly about Mexico are not good,” he emphasized in the Treasury Room.
“Those who talk bad about Mexico are bad and also continue to spread the word that those who are against Mexico, that candidate of the Republican Party who says he will invade Mexico, that no American of Mexican descent will vote for him, because He who does not love his country, does not love his mother,” he declared.