Turning other cheek, Mexican president vows Trump talks

President Enrique Pena Nieto and now US President-elect Donald Trump met in August 2016, in a move that was widely seen as a diplomatic faux-pas given Trump's repeated attacks on Mexican immigrants during his campaignMexico’s President Enrique Pena Nieto said Saturday his government will seek a dialogue with US President-elect Donald Trump, who infuriated Mexicans with vitriolic attacks on their country and its people during his campaign. Pena Nieto, whose country relies on the United States as its largest trading partner, was cautious as he discussed the impending change of leadership north of the border at a summit of Asia-Pacific leaders. “For Mexico, our relation with the United States is central, given the level of trade and integration we have now,” he added.

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