Ideological Differences Don’t Divide Us, Mexico President Says Alongside Trump

Mexican President Andrés Manuel López Obrador said on Wednesday, “Some people thought that ideological differences would inevitably lead to confrontation … fortunately this has not been the case.” He made the remarks at the White House Rose Garden before signing a joint declaration with President Donald Trump.

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