According to the Dallas Morning News, former Mexican President Vicente Fox will visit the city of Dallas next week for a series of public events on democracy, resistance, U.S.-Mexico relations and to promote his new book.
Fox’ new book is called Let’s Move On: Beyond Fear and False Prophets. In it, the often-blunt Fox, an outspoken critic of President Donald Trump, explores U.S.-Mexico relations and the North American Free Trade Agreement.
Fox was president of Mexico from 2000 to 2006, but his profile in the U.S. began to rise again when Trump started his push for the U.S. presidency.
In tweets and videos, some laced with profanity, Fox has taken Trump on for believing Mexico would pay for the border wall and has poked fun at his weight, his hair and for having “a ton of flaws.” In one video, he said: “When you became the president, you didn’t become the boss of your people. They became the boss of you.”
Source: Dallas Morning News
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