Marcelo Ebrard

Allan on September 21st, 2019

Over three months, in response to the Trump Tariff Threat, Mexico made a deal with the U.S. In exchange for avoiding the tariffs, Mexico pledged to reduce the flow of non-Mexicans passing through Mexico to get to the United States. So three months later, how is that going? For the entire article, click here. Article […]

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The recent massacre in an El Paso Walmart was a horrible tragedy, and I extend my condolences to the families of all the slain. Here are the topics in my latest Said in Spanish: I. Mexican Government Response to El Paso Massacre. II. Mexican Singer Lupillo Rivera Blames Trump for Low Turnout. III. Multimillionaire Emilio […]

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President Trump called off his threat to put tariffs on Mexican imports until Mexico stops the massive movement of non-Mexicans crossing through Mexico to get to the United States. Instead, Mexico and the U.S. have made an agreement. So who wins, and who loses. That depends on what occurs next…. For the entire blog entry, […]

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Trump has threatened to impose tariffs on Mexico. The President announced it in a tweet on May 30th which said the tariffs would be imposed “until such time as illegal migrants coming through Mexico, and into our country, STOP.” (Twitter source here). The tariff threat certainly got the attention of the government of Mexico, and […]

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President Trump has threatened a 5% tariff on all Mexican goods beginning on June 10th “until such time as illegal migrants coming through Mexico, and into our Country, STOP. “ Is the Tweeter-in-Chief really going to do it this time, or back down? I don’t know, but the Mexican government takes this very seriously and […]

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My latest Said in Spanish installment has four topics: 1. LA Mayor Eric Garcetti visits Mexico and hobnobs with Mexican Foreign Minister Marcelo Ebrard. 2 A Truck Tragedy in Mexico and Central American Illegal Alien Routes 3. In Mexico’s Veracruz state, a Mexican Education Official Dismissed, and Why 4.  La Opinion and Univision Report Chinese […]

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Mexico’s new President, Andres Manuel Lopez Obrador, known by initials AMLO, has been in office since December 1st.   AMLO has a good relationship with Trump and refuses to criticize the American president. Nevertheless, we can probably expect future meddling in the U.S. by the AMLO administration.   It’s hard for a Mexican administration to avoid it. […]

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Here is the latest Said in Spanish installment.  There are four topics: I. Mexican President AMLO still goes out of his way to not criticize Trump. II. Mexican  says there is no third country agreement with the U.S., but is, for now, taking in the asylum seekers anyway. III. Trump burned in effigy in Honduras, […]

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The U.S. and Mexican governments have announced that the U.S. is giving 10 billion dollars (for starters) to Mexico and Central America.   It seems to be the beginning of Mexican President AMLO’s vision of an international aid program mostly funded by the United States. The goal of the 10 billion dollars  is to aid development […]

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