It’s happened to all of us. We’re invited to a party, and we want to bring along our friends. That’s what happened to Mexican President Andrés Manuel López Obrador.
Tell me your heroes, and I will tell you who you are.
The president of Mexico, Andrés Manuel López Obrador, has never hidden his dangerous sympathy for the Cuban dictatorship.
In Mexico, everything is backwards. On Sunday, April 10, Mexicans will vote in a recall referendum promoted by a president, Andrés Manuel López Obrador, who wants to show off the popular support he still enjoys.
The president of Mexico, Andrés Manuel López Obrador, is wrong when he brands journalists who legitimately question the failures and contradictions of his government as mercenaries and coup mongers.
It was the worst day for Andrés Manuel López Obrador as president of Mexico. On Friday, Feb. 11, during his morning news conference at the National Palace, he asked one of his aides to show a graphic on a giant screen with the reputed earnings of journalist Carlos Loret de Mola.
The blood was still on the floor. They had not had time to clean it when they they took photographs of the place where reporter Roberto Toledo was murdered.
Every time the United States wants to give lessons on democracy, we should raise our hands and say: January 6. It’s almost one year since one of the biggest threats to democracy in more than two centuries.
Everything went wrong for the Cuban dictatorship. It thought it was going to win when it militarized the island and blocked the marches and protests scheduled for Nov. 15.
WASHINGTON – Behind the promises, the smiles, the pronouncements and the good intentions of the so-called Three Amigos – Presidents Joe Biden and Andrés Manuel López Obrador and Prime Minister Justin Trudeau – there is a terrible reality: Their plan to stop and deter Central American migration to the United States does not work. And it will not work.
WESLACO, Texas – Since 2015, when he had a bodyguard remove me from a news conference in Iowa, I had not seen Donald Trump.