1. On his first U.S. visit as president, Mexico’s Lopez Obrador to fly commercial  The Washington Post
  2. Mexican president: Trump 'has been more respectful' toward Mexico | TheHill  The Hill
  3. One year later, watchdogs criticize Mexico’s National Guard  Washington Post
  4. Mexican president expects loss of tax-paying jobs to end in July  Reuters
  5. Lopez Obrador Defends His Trump Visit: ‘I Am Not a Sell Out’  Bloomberg
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The populist has pledged to throw off the trappings of the presidency. Critics call it political theater — and problematic for security.The populist has pledged to throw off the trappings of the presidency. Critics call it political theater — and problematic for security.

AMLO Trump visit: Lopez Obrador to fly commercial to Washington - The Washington Post

Mexican President Andrés Manuel López Obrador on Monday brushed off critics of his planned visit to Washington, arguing President Trump's rhetoric toward Mexico "has been more respectful."Mexican President Andrés Manuel López Obrador on Monday brushed off critics of his planned visit to Washington, arguing President Trump's rhetoric toward Mexico "has been more respectful."

Mexican president: Trump 'has been more respectful' toward Mexico | TheHill

Mexican President Andrés Manuel López Obrador on Monday brushed off critics of his planned visit to Washington, arguing President Trump's rhetoric toward Mexico "has been more respectful."Mexican President Andrés Manuel López Obrador on Monday brushed off critics of his planned visit to Washington, arguing President Trump's rhetoric toward Mexico "has been more respectful."

Mexican president: Trump 'has been more respectful' toward Mexico | TheHill

AMLO is a rare breed: a populist who is unwilling to spendAMLO is a rare breed: a populist who is unwilling to spend

Mexicans offered little coronavirus aid as death and economic tolls climb - Axios

One of President López Obrador’s goals will be to find an alternative to what he calls “progress without justice.” <p>One of President López Obrador’s goals will be to find an alternative to what he calls “progress without justice.”</p>

Mexico plans a “happiness index” to measure its progress - ExpressNews.com

Bearing signs and waving flags, about 300 protesters took over Mexico City’s Paseo de la Reforma Sunday to demand that the president resign.Bearing signs and waving flags, about 300 protesters took over Mexico City’s Paseo de la Reforma Sunday to demand that the president resign.

Third nationwide protest held against government of López Obrador

The bleeding of formal jobs in Mexico should end in July and some employment gains are expected no later than August, the president said on Sunday, as he aims to revive the economy following months of coronavirus-led contraction.The bleeding of formal jobs in Mexico should end in July and some employment gains are expected no later than August, the president said on Sunday, as he aims to revive the economy following months of coronavirus-led contraction.

Mexican president expects loss of tax-paying jobs to end in July - Reuters

Bloomberg - Are you a robot?

In Guanajuato, Chiapas, Yucatan and Tamaulipas, among other states, people protested against the president with slogans like “Fuera AMLO” (AMLO get out) MEXICO (Agencies) – In Gua…

Another protest against AMLO’s government throughout Mexico – The Yucatan Times