The presidential candidate of the Fourth Amendment and the leader of the electoral polls with more than 30 points of difference, Claudia Sheinbaum Pardo, met with the Republican congressmen from the United States who were in a work trip to Mexico.
“I appreciate the invitation to speak with Ambassador Ken Salazar, and congressmen Tony Gonzales, Randy Weber and Michael McCaul, about the future of relations between Mexico and the United States,” Morenista wrote on his social networks, a message accompanied by a photo with congressmen and with the ambassador of the United States in Mexico.
Although the candidate and the American diplomat did not elaborate on the meeting, this Sunday, when the congressmen arrived in Mexico, Ken Salazar pointed out that it was “an honor to receive them,” because they focused on the relationship between United States. and Mexico.
In the morning, in his morning press conference, President Andrés Manuel López Obrador announced that this Tuesday he will meet with representatives of the Congress of the neighboring country where they will talk about the issue of immigration. Which he considered “very good” because they could talk to them because he considered “the same as our countrymen” because they were representatives of the border state of Texas.
In addition to the meeting with the presidential candidate of the Fourth Amendment, the congressmen also held a meeting with the representative of the opposition bloc, Xóchitl Gálvez Ruiz, who said that they addressed issues of common interest.
“I met with US lawmakers led by Congressman Michael McCaul, Chairman of the House Foreign Affairs Committee. We address issues of common interest for our countries: industrial relocation in North America, the strategy against organized crime and coordination with joint responsibility in matters of migration,” he emphasized on his social networks.