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Mexico's Newly-Elected President Gave His Opinions About Trump's Policies—And He's Not Holding Back 🔥

By Jonna Ivin-Patton

Andrés  Manuel  López Obrador may be an anti-establishment politician, but it seems he is nothing like Donald Trump. The 64-year-old, president elect won by big numbers, and has often been called Mexico's Bernie Sanders. 


With tensions running high between the U.S. and Mexico, mostly due to Trump's rhetoric on Mexican immigrants and his need for a big wall, it will be interesting to see how López Obrador deals with the current administration. 

If his past speeches are any indication, we can only guess that it won't be smooth. 

López Obrador has been incredibly critical of Trump, going so far as to call Trump a racist neo-fascist. He also suggested calling on Mexico to file a lawsuit against Trump if he insists on building a wall. One thing that is clear: López Obrador, will not allow Mexico to be treated as subordinate to the United States.