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Ties That Bind U.S. And Mexico Are Strained Under Trump Administration

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President Trump’s promise to build a border wall, and his back-and-forth on the issue of renegotiating NAFTA, has alienated many people in Mexico.

Here & Now‘s Jeremy Hobson speaks with Jorge Castañeda (@JorgeGCastaneda), Mexico’s former foreign minister, about the changing relationship between the two countries.

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