Jul 23, 2015

Mexican official says Trump’s rant on border serves no purpose - San Francisco Chronicle

After weeks of presidential candidate Donald Trump lobbing sharp criticism and insults at America’s southern neighbor, Mexico’s secretary of state delivered his country’s first response Wednesday, saying the Trump’s views are rooted in prejudice and “have no place in politics.” José Antonio Meade Kuribreña broke his government’s silence on Trump’s charge that Mexico is sending criminals and...

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