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Bezos claimed it’s a “mistake” for any politician to attack the press and said Trump should be thankful for the media’s heavy scrutiny, according to Reuters. (RELATED: Washington Post Responds To Trump’s Amazon Tweets Through CNN) … [Read more...] about Washington Post Owner Jeff Bezos Warns Against Trump’s Dangerous Demonization Of The Media
Steyer, Klobuchar, and Pete Buttigieg were individually interviewed on the Spanish-language station on Thursday night while campaigning in Nevada ahead of the state’s caucus on February 22. When each were asked to name the president of Mexico, Klobuchar, a three-term Minnesota senator, answered “no.” Steyer, a billionaire businessman, also answered “no.” … [Read more...] about Tom Steyer, Amy Klobuchar Unable To Name Mexico’s President In Spanish News Interviews
A runner-up in Mexico’s 2006 and 2012 elections, Lopez Obrador campaigned on a left-wing populist platform bolstered by nationalist rhetoric. His National Regeneration Movement — MORENA in the Spanish acronym — sought to appeal to leftists, economic nationalists and social conservatives alike with promises of higher welfare spending and better pay for workers to reduce Mexico’s social and economic inequality. … [Read more...] about Mexican Left-Wing Populist Lopez Obrador Poised For Victory As Rivals Concede Defeat
The kicker here is that while López Obrador is virulently anti-American, anti-free enterprise and anti-American participation in Mexico’s important oil industry, he is aware that the Mexican auto industry has created an economic miracle in central Mexico with thousands upon thousands of manufacturing jobs that never existed before as well as thousands more jobs in factories that feed the entire North American auto industry. … [Read more...] about President Trump And The Mexican Election In July
When it first went into effect in 1994, NAFTA did not cover energy since Mexico was under a state monopoly. Now that major American companies such as Exxon have made inroads south of the border, negotiators have inserted language that covers oil and gas development. Lopez Obrador, unsurprisingly, has been critical of including any such provisions in NAFTA that enshrines foreign investment. … [Read more...] about Trump Is Racing To Save US Energy Companies From Mexico’s Incoming Leftist Regime