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For Mexicans, the Double Curse of a Pushover President in the Face of Trump

Twice now since August, Donald Trump has treated the Mexican president with open contempt, and been met with shocked and feeble hesitation, writes the Mexico City daily La Jornada. A president and a political class which have somehow still failed to apprehend the kind of man they are now dealing with in Washington:

“When you don’t make a decision soon enough,” the old proverb says, “someone will make it for you.”

The American Dream Was Never for You

The end of ‘America.’ Millions of people in the United States today awoke to a new dread that will sleep beside them for years to come. From Mexico’s Aristegui Noticias, a powerful essay on the dream of an America that was never meant to be for millions of Latin Americans, and of the expiration of a vision of ‘America’ that stood at the head of a world order whose time has now passed.

Today is Wednesday Dec. 9, 2016. It is the morning after the presidential elections in the United States.

The Deported

Flung unwilling and unprepared back into a country they sometimes hardly remember, life on the other side of the Rio Grande for the millions of Mexicans deported under Obama.

"I wouldn't wish going back on anyone," says Eduardo Arenas with a bitter smile.