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“I did not want to meet with anybody,” Trump said in the phone call, referring to the August meeting.
“It was only because of a very good relationship that Jared Kushner has with Luis that these two decided to meet and discuss, but I was not really in favor of the meeting.” The transcript leaked as Mexico prepares for renegotiations on the North American Free Trade Agreement. where the renegotiation of NAFTA takes priority, and Mexico’s diplomacy is reduced to submission and irrelevance,” said José Merino, political science professor at the Autonomous Technological Institute of Mexico. president would risk a rerun of Trump’s ill-fated trip to Mexico City last August, where he appeared alongside Peña Nieto and talked about Mexico paying for the wall as his Mexican counterpart stood by.
He politely told Trump — again — that Mexico would not pay to build a wall on the U. “My position has been and will continue to be very firm, saying that Mexico cannot pay for the wall,” Peña Nieto told Trump. The press is going to go with that, and I cannot live with that.” Later in the call Trump said, “If you’re not going to say that Mexico is going to pay for the wall, then I do not want to meet with you guys anymore because I cannot live with that.” [Trump urged Mexican president to end his public defiance on border wall, transcript reveals] The Post obtained the transcripts of phone calls Trump made a week after his inauguration to Peña Nieto and Australian Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull.
Of the call to the Mexican president, Fernando Dworak, an independent political analyst in Mexico City, said: “It’s one thing to negotiate as a businessman and another as a president.
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Mexico’s constitution prohibits presidential reelection, and Peña Nieto is scheduled to leave office in December 2018.
According to some, Peña Nieto at first appeared to be adopting a “son-in-law strategy.” Peña Nieto appointed Luis Videgaray — who proposed the Trump trip to Mexico last summer — as his foreign minister, perhaps hoping to leverage Videgaray’s apparent relationship with Trump son-in-law and senior adviser Jared Kushner.
The leaked transcript of a phone call between President Trump and Mexican President Enrique Peña Nieto published Thursday by The Washington Post left some Mexicans flabbergasted, even in a country where politics is commonly called surreal and where embarrassing phone calls by politicians are often filtered to the media.
One popular Mexican radio host compared the January phone call to a “Saturday Night Live” skit.
In Australia, Turnbull won kudos for his straight-forward negotiating style and willingness to push a new president to accept a politically unpalatable deal cut by his Democrat predecessor.