A woman rebuked former President Vicente Fox for the pension he receives and told him that “we are going to take your pension away when El Peje becomes president,” as can be seen on a video that went viral on social networks.
Given this, the former President declared that Andrés Manuel López Obrador sent this woman to provoke him.
The video shows that the former president is sitting on a plane when the woman says:
“I have the right to confront you, your ex-president pension will come to an end, damn you.”
Interviewed by journalist Ciro Gómez Leyva, Fox explained that he was on a commercial flight to the United States, when the woman faced him and told him that when López Obrador wins the election, he will be stripped off his 5 million-peso monthly pension.
“These people is sent by López Obrador, they insult you and tape you with their cell phone, just like they did to José Antonio Meade in Oaxaca.”
As part of his campaign, López Obrador says he will cancel the pensions for former presidents if he wins the presidential election.
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