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ThAaNoNyMoUs: I can understand where the president of Mexico is coming from by arranging this meeting: A major-party presidential nominee of a neighboring country and trade partner made disparaging remarks about his country and he wants to meet him. I'm sure he wants to talk about his previous statements about Mexicans, talk about the border and immigration between the two countries, trade agreements, and a host of other issues. Donald Trump, after all, could be the next U.S. President. On the other hand, this meeting isn't without risk. This meeting legitimizes Donald in a way nothing else he's said or done has to this point. And even with the recent softening of the more polarizing policies Trump has proposed during his campaign, there's nothing at this point to suggest he won't return to the hardline stances he took during the primaries if he needed to shore up the support of his base AFTER winning the election. This meeting makes him look diplomatic and (almost) presidential. In order to avoid the appearance of favoring certain foreign candidates or risk alienating his constituents, I would think that it would serve the Mexican president well to extend the same courtesy to his main rival as well, assuming he doesn't favor Trump. Even if the Mexican government wanted to endorse the candidacy of an American presidential nominee (who knows?), why would they endorse someone so openly hostile and antagonizing?