Mexico’s Southern Border Is Now Packed With Troops Trained for the Drug War, Not a Humanitarian Crisis
“My guess is that a lot of mistakes will be committed in the process”
After paying off the police, immigration officials, and cartels, and providing food and a place to sleep, "Daniel" says he’s left with around $650 per migrant.
Lopez Obrador, who just took office after his landslide victory, has mostly taken a diplomatic tone with Trump. But a showdown between the two leaders is already brewing.
Roberta Jacobson’s announcement comes just days after the Mexican president canceled a visit to the U.S. following a heated phone call with President Trump.